Gmail enables you to include your cPanel email account into Gmail interface, so you will almost certainly advantageously check the all emails in a single spot. It will act as an email client – simply like you can add numerous email records to Outlook or MacMail, you can add a few records to Gmail interface. So as to do as such, pursue the means beneath:

Step 1: Login in to your Gmail and go to Settings menu

Once you are logged into your Gmail account you will see a gear icon at right top, click on that and select settings from menu.

Step 2: Navigate to Accounts and Import tab

Once settings page is opened, you will see various tabs and by default you will be on "General" tab which you will need to change to "Accounts and Import" tab by just clicking on it.

Step 3: Click on Add a mail account option in Check mail from other accounts section

Once you are on Accounts and Import tab you will see option to add an email account right like below image.

Step 4: Enter the address of your cPanel email account and click on Next

Now enter the email address that you want to link with Gmail.

Step 5: On the next page configure the settings as follows

Username: full cPanel email address
Password: password for your email account
POP Server: server your account is hosted on
Port: 995 (Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail option should be checked) or 110 with no SSL

Checkmark the options you need:

  • Leave a copy of retrieved messages on the server
  • Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail
  • Label incoming messages
  • Archive incoming messages

NOTE: If by any chance you do not remember your password, you can easily reset it in your cPanel > Email accounts menu > Change password option.

Step 6: Click on Add Account

Once your account is successfully added, you can decide whether to use this email as From address. This way you will be able to compose messages in Gmail, but have them appear to be sent from your cPanel email address.

Check Yes option to enable this functionality:

Step 7: Enter the Name you would like to see in the FROM field and click on Next Step

The name you enter will be used for sending emails to others, your recipient will receive email from that name in their inbox.

Step 8: Configure the settings as follows:

SMTP server: server your account is hosted on
Username: full cPanel email address
Password: password for your email account
Port: 465 (with Secured connection using SSL option enabled) or 25 (with Secured connection using TLS option enabled)

Click on Add Account once all the details are filled

Step 9: Check for verification code from Gmail

Now the last step is to verify your email address, for this Gmail will send you a code on your email address that you want to add, to get code you can login to webmail via cPanel and retrieve the code.

Now once you verify your email address, you are ready to go with incoming and outgoing of email address via Gmail!