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Email Address Pro configuration on Thunderbird - Mac OS

Note

This guide is dedicated only to our subscribers who have subscribed to the former Plesk shared hosting packages (Mail100, Mail1000, Mail10000, SMART, DISCOUNT, PRO and SECURE).

In this guide, we will take as an example the domain "magic.fr" and the following configuration parameters;

- Email address : adressetest@magic.fr TO BE REPLACED BY YOURADDRESSEMAIL@YOURDOMAIN.TLD

- Incoming server: mail.magic.fr TO BE REPLACED BY MAIL.YOURDOMAIN.TLD

- Outgoing server: mail.magic.fr TO BE REPLACED BY MAIL.YOURDOMAIN.TLD

Please replace these values with those of your email address and server name belonging to your domain.

Note

It is not recommended to follow this guide if you have already tried to set up your email address and it did not work. Try to restart your desktop or laptop before applying the steps in this help link.

Open the Thunderbird application and follow the 'Tools' menu and then 'Account Settings'.

Click on the "Account Management" drop-down menu and "Add an email account".

Put your name, your first name, the email address in question and the associated password.

Thunderbird will search for your account settings automatically.

Follow the Manual Configuration button.


- If you are on the Linux shared platform you can use the POP or IMAP protocol on the incoming server.

- If you are on the Windows shared platform you can use the POP protocol with a limit of one connection per email address.

POP protocol:

IMAP protocol:

Then confirm the security certificate.

Congratulations! You have successfully created your account!

Mail sending test and security certificate validation

Test sending your first email.

The system will display again the certificate to be obtained and confirmed.

Once this is done, your first shipment will be successfully launched.

 

Congratulations! Pro Email Address configuration on Thunderbird is up and running.

This is the end of this tutorial, thank you for your attention.

Updated on 15 July 2019

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