23 Sep • Email

How to Migrate an Email Account to Hostinger

If you’re already comfortable with our email hosting services, you might want to consider moving your messages from your old email account to...

By Paulius Zunda

23 Sep • Email

How to Access and Use Hostinger Email

Do you need quick access to your mailbox while on the go? Set up your Hostinger email to stay on top of your activities throughout the day. This can...

By Paulius Zunda

09 Sep • Email

How to Set up Email on Samsung Devices

Samsung devices come with a default app called Samsung Email that makes accessing and managing emails on the go much more convenient. However, you...

By Paulius Zunda

26 Nov • Email

How to Send Emails Using PHP Mail and PHPMailer: A Complete Guide

Email is an integral part of any project or business. While there are numerous business email platforms, including Hostinger, Zoho Mail, and Google...

By Domantas G.

18 Nov • Email

How to Use Free Google SMTP Server

Aside from using your hosting’s internal SMTP server to send emails, you can try using Google’s SMTP server as it’s reliable and...

By Domantas G.

14 Nov • Email

An In-Depth Guide to POP3, IMAP, and SMTP for Beginners

If you’re wondering how email works, knowing the differences between POP3 vs IMAP and the role of SMTP is an excellent place to start. This...

By Edgaras G.

28 Oct • Email

How to Check if SMTP Port 587 is Not Blocked

Before you get to use SMTP port 587 to send out emails, you need to check its connection first. Here, we will show you how to check if the SMTP port...

By Edgaras G.

23 Aug • Email

How to Setup an Email Account on iOS

If you’re using an iOS device, accessing your emails on the go is a breeze. While iOS integrates and provides automatic updates for popular mail...

By Richard Boyett

06 Jun • Email

How to Create a Business Email Account in an Instant

Having a business email account is crucial for every company. First of all, it gives a professional impression to customers and business partners....

By Andrew Vickers