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Set Pop3 Email Account in DirectAdmin

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Setting up Pop3 Email account in DirectAdmin.
How to set Pop account in DirectAdmin ?

My friend just ask me in MSN just now. So, here is the step to create normally.

Normally DirectAdmin can be login http://www.example.com:2222/ Port 2222

1. DirectAdmin Login Page

Enter Username and Password and click Login

2. Domain Administration Menu

After login, you have to choose which domain name you are going to add your email in domain administration menu.

3.  Main Menu

Click on the E-Mail Accounts in E-Mail Management.

4. E-Mail Accounts Menu

To create a new email account, click Create mail account

5. Create mail account menu

1) Enter the username
2) Create a password (or use the Random button to have one generated)
3) Re-Enter the Password
4) [optional] Set an Email Quota in megabytes (i.e., set how much space the email account can take up; this will be dependent upon your hosting account)
5) Click Create

6. Account Created

You can login using

  • Windows
    • Microsoft Outlook
    • Mozilla Thunderbird
    • Windows Live Mail
    • PostBox Express
    • Opera Mail
    • Pegasus Mail
    • IncrediMail
    • Mulberry
    • FoxMail
    • DreamMail
    • Alpine
    • Sylpheed
    • I.Scribee
    • The Bat
    • Mobile Me or
    • POP access inside Gmail
    • Eudura
  • Linux
    • Mozilla Thunderbird
    • Claws Mail
    • Spicebird
    • Zimba
    • Sylpheed
  • Mac OS X
    • Mac OS X Mail
    • Mozilla Thunderbird
    • Opera
    • Mulberry
    • Mailsmith
    • Mozilla SeaMonkey
    • Alpine
    • GNUMail.app
    • Outlook Express
  • Mobile
    • Nokia
    • Android
    • IPhone
    • Blueberry
    • Samsung

To access webmail, go to:




and enter the username and password listed.


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