Microsoft

Open Microsoft Outlook 2013.

Click File.

Click Info from the left side menu.

Click Account Settings.

Select the Account Settings… option from the drop down.

Under the Email tab, click New.

Select the Manual setup or additional server types radio option then click Next.

Select the IMAP option and click Next.

Complete the settings as follows:
Your Name: The name you would like to be displayed when people receive your emails.
Email Address: The email address you are adding to Outlook 2013.
Account Type: Select IMAP from the drop down.
Incoming mail server: This would be mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name
Outgoing mail server: This would be mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
User Name: This would be your full email address. eg. johnsmith@yourdomain.com
Password: This would be the password used for this email account when creating it in your cPanel.
Remember Password: We recommend leaving this checked by default to avoid having to enter your password every time you want to send or receive an email.

Click More Settings.
Select the Outgoing Server tab.
Select My outgoing mail sever (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as incoming mail server.

Select the Advanced tab.

Change the Incoming server number to 143
Change the Outgoing server (SMTP) number to 25 or port 587 if your ISP blocks port 25.
Use the following type of encrypted connection = None.

Click OK.

Click Next then Finish.

You have now completed setting up your email account on Microsoft Outlook 2013.

Open Microsoft Outlook 2010.

Click File.

Select Info from the drop down menu.

Click Account Settings.

Select the Add and remove accounts option from the drop down.

Under the Email tab, click New.

Select Manually configure server settings or additional server types then click Next.

Select the Internet Email radio option and click Next.

Complete the settings as follows:
Your Name: The name you would like to be displayed when people receive your emails.
Email Address: The email address you are adding to Outlook 2010.
Account Type: Select IMAP from the drop down.
Incoming mail server: This would be mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
Outgoing mail server: This would be mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
User Name: This would be your full email address. eg. johnsmith@yourdomain.com
Password: This would be the password used for this email account when creating it in your cPanel.
Remember Password: We recommend leaving this checked by default to avoid having to enter your password every time you want to send or receive an email.

Click More Settings.
Select the Outgoing Server tab.
Select My outgoing mail sever (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as incoming mail server.

Select the Advanced tab.

Change the Incoming server number to 143
Change the Outgoing server (SMTP) number to 25 or port 587 if your ISP blocks port 25.
Use the following type of encrypted connection = None.

Click OK.
Click Next then Finish.
You have now completed setting up your email account on Microsoft Outlook 2010.

Open Microsoft Outlook 2007.

Click on Tools.

Click on Account Settings.

Click on New under the Email tab.

Select Manually configure server settings or additional server types then click Next.

Select the Internet Email option and click Next.

Complete the settings as follows:
Your Name: The name you would like to be displayed when people receive your emails.
Email Address: The email address you are adding to Outlook 2007.
Account Type: Select IMAP from the drop down.
Incoming mail server: This would be mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
Outgoing mail server: This would be mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
User Name: This would be your full email address. eg. johnsmith@yourdomain.com
Password: This would be the password used for this email account when creating it in your cPanel.
Remember Password: We recommend leaving this checked by default to avoid having to enter your password every time you want to send or receive an email.

Click More Settings.

Select the Outgoing Server tab.

Select My outgoing mail sever (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as incoming mail server.

Select the Advanced tab.

Change the Incoming server number to 143
Change the Outgoing server (SMTP) number to 25 or port 587 if your ISP blocks port 25.
Use the following type of encrypted connection = None.

Click Ok.

Click Next.

Click Finish.

You have now completed setting up your email account on Microsoft Outlook 2007.

Apple

Click Mail on the menu bar.

Select Add Account.

Select the radio button next to Add Other Mail Account and click continue.

You will now be asked to fill in your email credentials:
Full Name: The name displayed to the email recipient.
Email Address: The email account you wish to connect to.
Password: Email account password.

Click Next.
You will now be asked to enter your incoming mail server details:
Account Type: Select IMAP
Mail server: mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
User Name: The email address of the account you wish to connect to.
Password: The password used for this email account.

Click Next.
You may get another warning message about Apple Mail not being able to verify the identity of the server you are attempting to connect to. Simply click Connect to continue.
You will now be asked to provide additional information about the incoming mail server:
Path Prefix: You may leave this field blank as it is an optional field.
Port: 143
Authentication: Password.

Click Next, you will be then asked to enter in your outgoing mail server details:
SMTP server: mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
User Name: The email address of the account you wish to connect to.
Password: The password used for this email account.

Click Create.
You will now be asked to provide additional information about the outgoing mail server.
Port: 587
Authentication: Password.

Click Create.
Close the Mail application and re-open it.
Click on Mail and then select Preferences.
Select Accounts and then click on the account you want to edit, then click Advanced.
In the pop up window, uncheck Automatically detect and maintain account settings.

Click on Account Information.
Click on the Outgoing Mail Server(SMTP) server list and select Edit SMTP Server List.

Click on the SMTP server you are using for this account.
Click on Advanced and uncheck Automatically detect and maintain account settings.
Click OK and close the accounts window.

You have now completed setting up your email account on your Apple Mail.

Click Mail on the menu bar.

Click on Tools then on Accounts.

Click on Other Email.

You need to fill in all your information as follows:
Email: The email account you wish to connect to.
Password: Email account password.
Username: The email address of the account you wish to connect to.
Type: Select IMAP
Incoming Server: mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
Outgoing Server: mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.

Click on More Options.

Click on the Authentication dropdown and select Use Incoming Server Info.

You have now completed setting up your email account on your Outlook 2013 for Mac.

Devices

From the home screen of your iPhone/iPad or iPod, press the Settings Icon.

Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars.

Under the Accounts section select Add Account.

On the Add Account page select Other.

Under the Mail section, select Add Mail Account.

On the New Account screen, complete the following details:
Name: The name to be displayed when sending email
Email: Your email address, e.g. john@yourdomain.com where yourdomain.com is your domain name.

Host Name: mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
User Name: This is your email address, e.g. john@yourdomain.com where yourdomain.com is your domain name.
Password: The password used for this email account.
Note that the settings above are the same for both Incoming and Outgoing Mail server.
Select IMAP.

Click Next.

Click Save and then click on your email account.

Click on SMTP under Outgoing Mail Server.

Ensure that Authentication is set to Password. Once you are done in this screen you need to click on Account at the top.

Click on Advanced.

Click on your email account under Primary Server.

Enter the following details:
Host Name: mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is your domain name. 
User Name: The email address of the account you wish to connect to.
Password: The password used for this email account.
Use SSL should be disabled.
Authentication: Password
Server Port: 587

Click on Done.

You have now completed setting up your email account on your iPhone/iPad.

From the home screen of your Android phone, press the Email icon (this might be on your home screen or in your Apps folder) to open the application.

On the Set up Email screen, complete the following details:
Your email address: In this example we will use johnsmith@yourdomain.com.
Your password: This is the email password you have set for your email account.

Click Next.
Your device will attempt to automatically retrieve the server settings.
Click IMAP Account.

Complete the following information:
Username: Your full email address.
Password: Your email password.
IMAP Server: mail.yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with your domain name)

Click Next.

On the Outgoing Server settings page, fill in the following information:
SMTP Server: mail.yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with your domain name)
Username: Your email address in full.
Password: Your email password.

Click Next.

On the Account Options page, you can edit some of the basic options to suit your needs, including how often you want your emails to download from the server and whether or not you want a notification each time you receive an email.

On the last page of your Android email set up, you can give your account a name and edit the name that appears on your outgoing messages. Click Done to be taken to your inbox.

You have now completed setting up your email account on your Android phone.