This guide will walk you through the process of creating a custom email address in Easy Sites. We will start from the login screen to cater for new users.
Step one will walk you through the process of logging into Easy Sites and navigating to the email address section if you already know how to do this, please skip to step two.
(Navigating to the Email Section)
Let's start by navigating to www.easysites.uk and clicking the login button at the top right of the page. Once pressed you will be presented with a Login Screen where you can enter the username and password provided by Easy Domains. If you do not have access to your username and password please follow our Forgot Password tutorial.
You should now be presented with a list of domains you have hosted with Easy Domains. Please click manage on the domain you would like to make changes to.
From this next page, you will need to select Domain Management (@) from the top Navigation and then Email Addresses from the left side Quick Manage menu or from one of the centre blocks.
(Creating the Email Address)
In this section, we will walk you through the process of creating the email address.
Start by entering the username of the email address you would like to create. The username is everything before the @ symbol. The @examplecompany.co.uk is automatically added and should not be entered manually.
Next, you need to create your email address password. We recommend using a strong unique password which hasn't been used for anything else. You will need to meet the minimum password strength to continue.
Once everything has been entered successfully click "Create Email Address". Easy Sites will now setup your email address ready for you.
If the setup process was successful you will be brought back to a list of your active email addresses, including your newly created account.
This email address is now ready to be setup in a mail client such as Outlook or Thunderbird. If you click the help button next to the email address it will list all the required settings to setup the email address in your chosen mail client.
If you have any problems following this guide, please contact our team at email@example.com or call us on 01253 968004.