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How to Import Emails to Titan Email
How to Import Emails to Titan Email

Importing emails from another email provider to your Titan Email account

Updated over a week ago

If you wish to import your emails from another provider or a backup file to Titan Email at Hostinger, follow the instructions below 👇

Step 1 - Preparations

Before importing email messages to your Titan Email account at Hostinger, ensure that:

  1. The Titan Email DNS records are added to your domain's DNS zone and propagation is complete

  2. The storage used in your current mailbox (or email backup file size) is less than the available space in your new Titan Email account. If not, delete unnecessary messages. Alternatively, you can consider upgrading your Titan Email plan

Step 2 - Check the Email Account Status

If the mailbox you want to import messages from is no longer active and your data is stored in a backup file, you can use an email client to import your emails. Refer to the following guides:

If the email account you want to import is active, skip to the next step.

Step 3 - Import from Active Email Account

Find out the IMAP server hostname, and keep the source email address and password handy.

Next, navigate to the Emails section of your hPanel, and click on Manage next to the domain name:

Accessing the Titan Email management panel at Hostinger

Select Import Email Data:

In the Import Email Data page, click on the Import a mailbox button and enter the following information:

  • The IMAP server or IP addres. For example: imap.mailprovider.tld

  • If the IMAP server supports SSL, select the Yes radio button

  • The IMAP port

  • The source email address - use full format, eg. name@domain.tld

  • The password of the email account on your previous provider

  • Select the destination Titan email account from the dropdown list. Your messages will be imported to this account

Once all the information is filled in, click on Submit. The importing will require some time to complete depending on the size of your mailbox.

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