The instructions below outline how to set automatically or manually your email with Microsoft Outlook 2007 either through POP or IMAP. It is recommended to start with auto method and if for some reason fails then go for manual method.
Mail application “Microsoft Outlook 2007® for Windows®” can automatically detect this email account’s settings.
Choose to set up a new email account in “Microsoft Outlook 2007® for Windows®”.
When “Microsoft Outlook 2007® for Windows®” prompts you for the email address, enter “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
Use your cPanel account password as the password.
If the auto-configuration fails, please set up the account using the manual settings.
Secure SSL/TLS Settings
Use the email account’s password.
IMAP Port: 993
POP3 Port: 995
SMTP Port: 465
Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.
cPanel & WHM version v. 11.44 onward deprecated the support for FrontPage and will not have the ability to install FrontPage extensions. Previously in 2006, Microsoft discontinued the support of this extension to Linux platform.
FrontPage support entirely removed in cPanel & WHM version 11.46 (Fall 2014). System administrators should be aware that servers that still include FrontPage at that time may lose all FrontPage-related data when the upgrade is applied. FrontPage support has already been removed in EasyApache version 3.24.1 and up.
If you use FrontPage Extensions to manage your website, we strongly recommend to exploring other options for creating and maintaining your site.
There are plenty of web authoring alternatives available and below are just some of them
Cpanel site builder (Your cpanel account come with a site builder and more than 80 free templates that you can use to create a website)
Website Templates (Independent free and commercial templates are available on the net)
WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) Site Builders: Software for creating nice html website also available for free and paid versions