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Configuring a POP email account with SSL in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Now click on the tools menu.

Click on Account Management.

Click New.

Type your email address.

Type your password.

Leave these options selected.

Type your name.

By selecting this option, you will be able to manually configure the email account settings.

This is a very useful option. If you select this, DreamMail will enter the mail server settings automatically if they are available.

Leaving both selected, click next to continue.

Type your name which will be displayed in the Sender column to the receiver.

Click on Next to continue…

Enter your username which should be your full email address, for example, username@yourdoman.tld

Click Next to continue…

Note that the server info is already populated as we selected the auto search option earlier.

The mail servers listed here are domain.tld which may work, but for cPanel servers mail.domain.tld is the recommanded server name.

Lets change them. Click here to change…

Select mail.mybiz123.info.

Let’s change the outgoing server to the same: mail.mybiz123.info.

Click here to continue…

Select mail.mybiz123.info.

If your server needs SMTP server authentication, then keep this selected; otherwise, deselect it. Let’s leave it selected for now.

Now select Requires a secure connecton (SSL) for the incoming mail server.

Note that the POP port has been changed to 995. You need an SSL port for a POP server.

Now select this option for the SMTP server.

The port hasn’t been changed for the SMTP server automatically like it was for POP3.

Make sure you change it to 465.

Now click on Next to continue…

Leave this selected so your mail will be left on the server despite it being downloaded in DreamMail.

Click on Next to continue…

Almost done! You can click on Test Account to verify the info you entered.

Let’s just hit Finish to continue…

You have successfully configured a POP email account in DreamMail.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in DreamMail.

Configuring a POP email account in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring a POP email account in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Now please click on the tools menu.

Please click Account Management.

Please click on New.

Type your email address.

Please type your password.

Leave these options selected.

Type your name.

By selecting this option, you will be able to manually configure the email account settings.

This is a very useful option. If you select this, DreamMail will set the mail server settings automatically if they are available.

So leave both selected. Then click on next to continue.

Type your name which will be displayed as the sender in your sent emails.

Click Next to continue..

Enter your username which should be your full email address, for example, username@yourdoman.tld

Click Next to continue…

Note that the server info has already been populated as we selected the auto search option earlier.

Mail servers listed here are domain.tld which may work, but for cPanel servers, mail.domain.tld is the recommended server name.

Lets change them. Click here to change…

Select mail.mybiz123.info.

Let’s change the outgoing server to the same: mail.mybiz123.info.

Click here to continue.

Select mail.mybiz123.info.

If your server needs SMTP server authentication, then leave this selected; otherwise, deselect it. Let’s keep it selected for now.

Click on Next to continue…

Keep this selected to leave your mail on the server despite downloading them in DreamMail.

Click on Next to continue…

Almost done! You can click on Test Account to verify the info you entered.

Let’s just hit Finish to continue…

You have successfully configured a POP email account in DreamMail.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to Configure a POP email account in DreamMail.

How to manage multiple users in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to manage multiple users in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Now click on the File menu.

Click on Multi-user Management.

Here you can create, delete and edit users.

Let’s create a new user. Click on New User.

Enter a username.

Now set a password by clicking here.

Confirm the password.

Click OK to save the password.

Click OK to create the account.

This user will be able to create his own email accounts and contacts with the account we created for him in DreamMail.

To edit this account, click on Property.

You have successfully created the user.

To delete the account, click Delete.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to manage multiple users in DreamMail.

How to use templates in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to use templates in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Now click on the tools menu.

Click on Template Management.

You will see many pre-made templates.

You will find various types of templates: business, moods, birthdays and more.

With the help of these templates, you can create personalized and beautiful emails.

On the right side, you will see the default template is selected for New email, Reply, Forward and Fast-reply emails.

Let’s change the template for a new email. Click on Select

Let’s select a Business-Page template for our business email.

There are four templates here for us to use. Let’s see which template is best.

Let’s select the first template.

Let’s check the second template.

This is good, but not what we are looking for. Let’s try the third.

We found our template! Click OK to choose.

You have selected the template. You can see it here.

Now whenever you send a new email, this template will be used.

You can create our own template by clicking here.

You can create new blank HTML and Text templates.

You can also create templates from external HTML and Text files.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to use templates in DreamMail.

How to delete an email account in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to delete an email account in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Now click on the tools menu.

Click on Account Management.

Select the account you want to remove then click Delete.

You will be asked for confirmation. Click Yes to continue…

That’s it! You have successfully deleted the email account.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to delete an email account in DreamMail.

How to change your email password in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to change your email password in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Now click on the tools menu.

Click on Account Management.

Select the account you want to edit, and click Properties.

Click in this field to change the password.

Click on OK to continue…

That’s it! You have successfully changed the email password!

Please note that we have changed only the email password in DreamMail. To change the actual email password, you need to go to your cPanel account.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to change your email password in DreamMail.

How to setup your email signature in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

How to setup your email signature in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Click on the tools menu.

Click on Signature Management.

Click New to create a new signature.

You will be asked for a signature name. We are going to create a signature for work, so let’s just name it Work Signature.

Click OK to continue…

You have successfully added the new signature.

You are already in the signature editing area, so let’s add our work signature.

Note that you will have a WYSIWYG editor.

Let’s try out the WYSIWYG editor a little bit.

Select the URL and press this button to make it Italic.

Good! Now lets make the name bold. Highlight it and click this button.

That’s it! Let’s save this signature. Click on this icon to save the signature.

That’s it! You have saved it!

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to setup your email signature in DreamMail.

Configuring custom ports in DreamMail

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Configuring custom ports in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.

Now click on the tools menu.

Click on Account Management.

Select the account you want to edit then click on Properties.

Click on Server.

Here we are! Let’s change POP3 port from 110 to 995 for a secure connection.

Let’s change the

SMTP port here.

Click on OK to continue…

Congratulations! You have successfully configured custom ports.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to configure custom ports in DreamMail.