If you want to set up your email account on Gmail, this detailed article will help you to do it fast and easily.
Note: This article applies only to free mail services at Hostinger.
Step 1 - Gather information
To use Gmail with your email account, created at Hostinger, firstly you will need to gather all the details. Open Hosting → Manage → Email Accounts:
The needed details will be displayed at the top of the page:
Step 2 - Create an account at Gmail
Login to your Gmail account and go to Settings:
Choose the Accounts and Import tab and press on Add a mail account:
There insert the email address which you have created at Hostinger and click Next:
Step 3 - Insert email details
Choose POP3 option and click Next:
Insert the details you get on the first step:
Username: full email address
Password: email password
NOTE: Make sure to select the option Always use a secure connection SSL:
Once all the data is filled as on the example above, click Add account.
Congratulations, now you will receive messages into this email!
Step 4 - Set up email receiving
If you wish to send emails too, then continue setting sending server up by selecting Yes, and pressing Next:
On the new window insert your name and click Next Step:
Now you will need to fill outgoing server details, from the same page as you saved before.
Username: your full email address.
Password: your email password.
Note: Make sure to select an option: Secure connection using TLS.
Once filled, click Add account.
Step 5 - Confirmation
Now you will see the last confirmation message:
You will now receive an email to your Gmail with verification code and link. Now you have 2 ways to confirm, pressing on the link or by submitting the code from the same email.
- If you choose to submit code, type it in, and click Verify. Once done click Close window.
- Else, just go to the email you have been sent, and click on the link:
You will be directed to a new page, where you need to click Confirm.
Once confirmed, you are all DONE!
You can now receive and send emails using Gmail platform from your private email address created at Hostinger.
Note: Feel free to check more articles about emails at Hostinger by this link.