cPanel IMAP & POP Setup @ PCCC

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Webmail access is available at https://cpanel.pccc.com:2096/.

cPanel IMAP/POP Setup Information for PCCC's E-mail Servers

When setting up your mail client to access PCCC's cPanel servers, there is no perfect answer for every mail client. Because of this, PCCC's servers are flexible and support an array of options.

This information is suitable for configuring virtually any mail client for the IMAP or POP protocol using PCCC's e-mail servers.

Incoming IMAP server: cpanel.pccc.com

  • Recommended Setting: Use SSL/TLS on port 993
  • You can also use TLS on port 143
  • Authentication is required (using "PLAIN" or "LOGIN" mechanisms)
  • No unencrypted sessions are supported
Incoming POP server: cpanel.pccc.com
  • Recommended Setting: Use SSL/TLS on port 995
  • You can also use TLS on port 110
  • Authentication is required (using "PLAIN" or "LOGIN" mechanisms)
  • No unencrypted sessions are supported
Outgoing (SMTP Submission) server: cpanel.pccc.com
  • Recommended Setting: Use SSL/TLS on port 465
  • You can also use STARTTLS on port 587
  • Authentication is required (using "PLAIN" or "LOGIN" mechanisms)
  • Sending mail via port 25 (Generic SMTP) is no longer available

For all services, your user name is your full primary email address, including the domain name. If you use multiple addresses that are forwarded or aliased to one mail account, you must use the name of the account, NOT an address which is an alias.

Notes:

We require the use of SSL or TLS (and recommend the use of TLS version 1.1 or higher.) This encrypts your e-mail and the authentication process between your machine and our server.

If you need assistance, don't hesitate to ask!

P.S. The best way to test your credentials is to visit https://cpanel.pccc.com:2096/. Logging in there will confirm you don't have a username/password issue!

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