•   19-02-2020 04:11
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NOTE: If you need to change your password, make sure to first change it from cPanel (click here for a guide)

Step 1 -
Click on Settings

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Then click on Accounts

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Select Personal (IMAP) or Personal (POP3) depending on which you use. If you're unsure, chose IMAP.

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Then select the email account you want to change the password for

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Step 2 -
Scroll down and click on Incoming Settings


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Update your password and click DONE once complete

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Step 3 -
Scroll down and click on Outgoing settings

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Update your password and click DONE once complete

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