Find below the complete 1 and 1 Webmail Setup Guide which you can follow easily!
Emails became the best source of exchanging information through the internet. Its complete form is electronic mail. Especially in online businesses, email plays a significant role, and it also helps to reach out to the target customers in less time. The sender can send mail to multiple recipients at a time. It is a cost-cutting and saving process and acts as a transmitter for the company to its customers. With the recent enhancement, the one and one webmail setup also came into progress. Let’s have a detailed discussion about one and one webmail and look at the setting up process.
Besides, several servers offer services like a hosting service, shared hosting, virtual servers, dedicated servers, Cloud servers, etc.., the one and one webmail setup offers good email services and can help create their mail ID with the company name and domain name. Let’s see how it is!
How to login into your 1&1 webmail account
The initial step of entering the website, 1and1.com / https://www.ionos.com/, is to log in. For this process, the user needs to sign in either using the customer ID or domain name, or email address. After that user needs to enter a strong password based on the requirements like special characters, alphanumeric, etc.; with these usernames and passwords, the user can able to login into the website and can view a home page with a dashboard. Tabs available in the dashboard are-
- My Account
Setting up the 1&1 webmail
Among all the tabs in the dashboard,
- select the mail tab. Then click on the “Create New E-mail User” link.
- Then it displays two plans available for hosting.
- 1&1 Mail Basic Plan
- 1&1 Mail Business Plan
- In the initial stage, every user wants to go for a basic plan. Let’s see the other process of selecting the one and one mail basic plan.
- In the basic plan, a user needs to select a set-up mailbox. Then the system will direct the user to fill a form for creating or setting up a mailbox.
Details to be filled in the form
- Email ID: one can use the first name and the last name of the organization as an individual to create an email ID. But one important thing is that mail ID should represent the domain of the organization.
- Domain: in the domain field, the user has to choose one among the listed parts. Users cannot create new domains.
- First name: user can fill this column by writing the first name.
- Last name: user needs to fill this column with his last name.
- Password: user should select a strong password with a combination of alphanumeric characters.
- Repeat password: mention the same password once the password strength is good.
Hence the 1&1 webmail setup was done. Let’s explore how to check, forward, reply, etc., in detail.
If the user clicks on the check box button, then all the business names will transfer into the personal mailbox automatically. If the user doesn’t want this, then the user can uncheck the box. It’s just a cakewalk. After checking the checkbox, the user needs to save it so that all the emails can be saved and can move further. The business email process will be complete only after clicking the save button.
The one and one webmail setup allow incoming emails by using a pop setup. The process of this pop setup is as follows-
- Account type: POP is the default account.
- Username: User’s 1and1 email address (example: [email protected])
- Password: User’s 1and1 email password created initially.
- Server Hostname: the server hostname is just adding the account name to the link. I.e., pop.1and1.com
- Server Port: the port number is 993/995.
- Required Authentication: Yes, that’s why the user needs to enter 1and1 email id and password.
- SSL/TLS: Yes. Of course.
In the 1&1 webmail setup, SMTP is used for outgoing emails. It has a sequential process as well.
- Account type: the default account type is SMTP
- Username: the 1and1 email username given at the beginning. (example: [email protected])
- Password: The same 1and1 email account’s password is used here
- Server hostname: Alike with incoming, the hostname here also is smtp.1and1.com
- Server Port: the server port is 587
- Required Authentication: Yes, the 1and1 email id and password are the credentials used for authentication.
- SSL/TLS: Yes. It is.
Conclusion: 1&1 Email Settings
Hence the 1&1 webmail setup is easy to log in and create. The forwarding, incoming and outgoing, etc., are simple and straightforward. Anyone can use it easily to avail benefits for the business.