User Name: Your user name is your full email address
Incoming Server: dedi614.jnb3.host-h.net
Ports:  POP 110
Outgoing Server: dedi614.jnb3.host-h.net
Port: SMTP 465 using SSL

(Please use the details as shown above. The information used in the illustrative images might differ)

  1. Browse to Gmail and log in
  2. Select the Settings icon from the top-right menu, then choose Settings from the dropdown list

  3.  Select Accounts and Import

  4. Select Add a mail account

  5. Enter your Email address, select Next

  6. Select the second option and select Next

  7. Gmail will automatically add certain settings, but check that:
    • The Username is the full email address
    • The Password is included
    • The POP Server dedi614.jnb3.host-h.net
    • Port is 995
    • Always use a secure connection (SSL) is checked
  8. Select Add Account

  9. Your account has now been set up to receive your domain email, but you can now continue to set up the account to send mail from your domain. Select Yes and Next
  10. Untick Treat as an alias
  11. Select Next Step
  12. Send mail through your SMTP server? Select the second option. The default setting is to send mail using Gmail SMTP servers, and while this will work, it is not recommended. The reasons are that Gmail servers are more likely to be blacklisted for spam abuse, and certain mail servers will not receive mail from domains that are not associated with that particular server. 
  13. The current dialogue box opens up to add the SMTP details. Ensure that:
    1. The SMTP Server dedi614.jnb3.host-h.net
    2. The Username is the full email address
    3. The Password is included
  14. Select Add Account

  15. Gmail will check credentials, and then provide the following dialogue box: 
  16. Open your mail and click the link on the confirmation email 
  17. * Note: In isolated cases mail.domain (e.g. mail.example.com) and smtp.domain won’t work.
  18. Confirmation success! Your domain mail is now set up to be accessed via Gmail.