Before setting up Hostinger emails on Gmail, you need to make sure that:
You have an email account created
Your domain is pointing to our servers
You got the correct MX records set up
If these requirements are met, you may refer to this procedure:
Step 1 - Gathering your email details
After you have an email account created (hPanel, cPanel, or Titan Email), you can go ahead and collect your current email details:
In case you are not completely sure about your email password you can easily reset it for Hostinger Email, cPanel email, or Titan Email.
Depending on the type of email service you are using, the email configuration details will differ. For this particular article, we will use Hostinger Email as a reference.
Step 2 - Setting up email in Gmail
To add a Hostinger Email account to your Gmail, simply follow the Link your address to Gmail part of this article. Instead of Gmailify choose POP3. Keep in mind, that with POP3 your emails will be stored in Gmail only, and deleted from Hostinger's Webmail interface or other email clients you might have set up.
Parameters for incoming email (POP3) will look this way:
Parameters for outgoing email (SMTP) will look this way:
If the Gmail account you wish to connect Hostinger email to has GSuite, you will need admin access to Google Workspace to have the opportunity to send emails. To allow sending emails from this address, check this article
That's it! Your email account will appear in Gmail 👍
Fixing possible errors
Most of the time, errors are linked with incorrect parameters you are pasting to your email client. For such cases, it is highly recommended to reset your password and input parameters one more time, following the tutorial.
If it still doesn’t work, try using alternative ports and encryption modes:
Non-SSL POP3: 110 port
Non-SSL SMTP: 587 port
If you face any difficulties with it, you can always contact our Customer Success team 😊
For Titan Email, you might consider setting up your emails with their app