How To Connect BlueHost Email to Outlook / iPhone / iPad / Android

OK… This one is a bit counter-intuitive. I’m making a video about watching a video? But you’ll understand in a minute.

You see, technology changes so fast that if I were to walk you through the exact way “Right Now” to do this task, I would have to make a new video next week because they decided to change it.

OK… so this is kind of confusing me right now.

People to wonder why I even made this video because I’m making a video about watching a video. You’ll understand when you see it just a second.

I get this question all the time. I didn’t want to make a video specifically for a company like Bluehost because they change their videos quite often, and I didn’t want to have an outdated version out there.

So with that said, this is the best way I found whenever I’m run into anything technical. I go right to the source. So here we go.

Now what a lot of people want to do is they want to hook up their Bluehost (their new web account email) to their iPhone or to their Outlook on their home computer.

Very simple to do, just go to and type in BlueHost and type in Outlook and whatever version you have. So let’s just type in 2013 and right now you’ll see the results for “How to setup Outlook 2013 on Bluehost”.

It’s a quick little tutorial, very, very easy and simple. All you’re going to need is the login information for your cPanel that you use when you registered your account and set it up. And they will walk you through exactly what you need to do to hook up your Outlook to your BlueHost email.

If you want to do something else, you can go back, and you can just do a Bluehost email iPhone, and once again it will come up. In this case it comes up as “Email Setup on iOS Devices — Bluehost” (this is a page published by BlueHost).

There you go. Just type in exactly what you want to hook up and watch a quick video on how to do it, directly from the source.

Thanks for reading: “How To Connect BlueHost Email to Outlook“.