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BlueHost Webmail – How To Setup Custom Email Address

Bluehost webmail enables website owners to create a professional business email address. So instead of using the domain extension for your email address.

With Bluehost webmail, you can set up a custom email address for your business. So that you can appear professional when communicating with other companies.

Bluehost UI dashboard makes it a bit difficult for their new users to easily create a personalized email. So I will show you how to set up a free email account with Bluehost and connect it with Gmail, Outlook, and iPhone.

How to create an email with your domain

To Create an email with your domain, simply log in to Bluehost. From your dashboard, if you click on email and office.

You will be taken to a page that will ask you to pay $4.99 for Microsoft 365 or $6 for the Gmail suite. These services require extra charges from Bluehost.

For new businesses or new bloggers, these offers may be expensive. And I will not advise you to use them in your start-up stage.

You are going to learn how to set up a free email associated with your domain name in this guide. So inside your Bluehost dashboard click the ‘Advanced‘ button.

Then scroll down to Email Account, and click on the create button.

On the next page, you will be asked to enter your email details and password. For example, it can be [email protected]

Enter your preferred details and use a secure password. Then click the ‘Create’ button when you are done. Now you have a custom email associated with your domain name.

Bluehost webmail log in

Once you have finally set up your personalized email. You can log in to your Bluehost webmail to send messages or view your inbox.

There are two ways to login into your Bluehost webmail account. You can either access it from your Bluehost account dashboard or through your custom webmail URL like “”.

Access your webmail from your Bluehost account:

To access your webmail from your account dashboard. Simply log in to your Bluehost account. Then click on “Advanced”.

bluehost wemail log in

And select ‘Email Account‘, Then you will be taken to the page where you can access your webmail account.

Check your bluehost webmail

Click on ‘Check mail‘, to enable you to access the RoundCube webmail login from the Cpanel.

On the RoundCube webmail page, click ‘Open’ to view your mail dashboard.

Bluehost RoundCube webmail login through custom URL:

Now let’s see how you can log in to your Bluehost Roundcube webmail through your custom URL. Basically, when you enter your custom webmail URL such as in the browser.

It will direct you to a page where you can enter your email username and password. So use the personalized email address as the username and also enter the password you set up when creating the email.

roundcube webmail login

Once you enter all the correct details, you will be logged into the Roundcube webmail account. Which allows you to check your emails on the Bluehost server.

So you have seen how to set up your custom webmail account. And also how to access the Bluehost open source email client called Roundcube.

Now you will learn how to set up your email in Gmail and also in the Outlook web version. But you can still use the Roundcube or Mail Squirrel which are open-source mail clients that come with Bluehost.

Bluehost webmail Gmail setup:

After creating your webmail account, when you view your inbox for the first time. You will see a configuration message.

Open it and focus on the configuration setting on the blue background. It is very important because that is the SSL and TLS settings.

configuration setting

This means that the email you will be sending is secured and encrypted. And no one can intercept or read your messages.

So when you log in to your Gmail account. From the right side header, click on the setting icon and then click on ‘ See all settings ‘.

see all setting in gmail

Then go to ‘ accounts and import ‘, You will see other sections on the page but click on ‘ Check mail from other account ‘.