Fat Cow Webmail is a means of sending and receiving Webmail from a web browser such as Google, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Android, or Apple mobile phones.
For signing in to Fat Cow, you need to have access to the main website of the brand. If you want to login to the Fat Cow products, there is only one main page that can be used for all products. Not only the domain management or hosting but the Webmail services of Fat Cow can also be signed in using the same steps given below.
Fat Cow Webmail Login on Web Browser
Some of the known free email clients are gmail.com, yahoo.com, ymail.com, rocketmail.com, etc. Just like these email addresses, we can access and manage our Fat Cow Webmail account through web browsers such Google, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Netscape, Safari, Opera, or Mozilla Firefox, Slimjet, Maxthon, and UC Browser.
To login and manage your Fat Cow webmail or Workspace Webmail, open your browser and type the website www.fat.com when you see the email tool, login using your username and password, and click enter. These are called webmail credentials – the username and password.
For easier access in the future, bookmark Fat Cow’s log-in page.
Fat Cow webmail Login With Phone
Download and install the Fat Cow mobile app via Google Play for Android phones or iTunes for Apple phones. Launch the app and tap the Email Management tab. This will open your webmail dashboard. Log-in using your credentials and tap Go.
To check your Fat Cow webmail using your mobile phone, you can also launch the mobile phone’s browser and type the mobile mail URL (Uniform Resource Locator). URL is also called the website. Usually, a mobile URL starts with “m.” For example, for yahoo.com email mobile access, it will be typed as “m.yahoo.com”. So for Fat Cow, it is Fatcow.com.
Log-in using your credentials – your Fat Cow webmail address and password.
Fat Cow webmail on Desktop Client
Some typical desktop clients are Mozilla Thunderbird, MS Outlook, and Mac Mail.
Configure your email client using POP or IMAP access to your Fat Cow webmail POP stands for Post Office Protocol, which means emails are downloaded from the website of the internet service provider synchronizing to the personal computer we use.
The incoming server setting of pop.secureserver.net or imap.secureserver.net must be configured. Use port number 110 or 143, respectively. The outgoing server setting must be smtpout.secureserver.net with port number 80.
Fat Cow Dashboard Login
Workspace Webmail can also be accessed by logging in to the Fat Cowaccount dashboard. This is also through a web browser. Click the webmail Management Tab then click the Webmail option that is next to the email address you want to open in the Webmail Tool.
When we sign-up for Fat Cow service of web hosting or for taking Fat Cow as our internet service provider, we automatically get to sign up for an email address- the webmail address that ends with “@Fatcow.com”. Example: yourname@Fatcow.com.
With all these options to access Fat Cow webmail login, retrieving webmails is so fast and easy.