Here are the steps you can take to configure your email account hosted on a cPanel server:
Note: replace example.org with your domain name.
1. From Tools menu select Accounts
2. Click Add
3. Select Email Account type and press next
4. Display name is your name, press next
5. Email address is your complete email address: e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
(a) Incoming mail server type: POP3 if you want to download emails to your computer. or IMAP if you want to keep your emails on the server and be able to access them from webmail
(b) Incoming mail server: mail.example.org
(c) Outgoing mail server: mail.example.org
(d) select [v] Outgoing server requires authentication
7. Email username is complete email address, e.g. email@example.com
8. Password is your email password, press next
9. click Finish to complete the setup.
The above will work fine if your ISP does not block outgoing port (25). Some major ISPs do block it. In that case you will not be able to send email. If this happens, we can by pass the block. Let us proceed to edit the account settings.
10. From Tools menu select Accounts, highlight your Mail account and click Properties
11. select Advanced tab
12. Outgoing mail (SMTP) change the port from 25 to 465 and select [v] This server requires a secure connection (SSL), click OK and close the account.
If you get security certificate warning being not verified when the mail is sent you can either ignore it and continue or in step 6(c) change the outgoing server to your JaguarPC hosting server name which is usually something.nocdirect.com that comes installed with SSL on the mail server.