Most third-party email clients available on computers and other devices can be configured to send and receive Cox Email. Just choose from these server setting options to set up, send and receive Cox Email in a third-party email client.
You can check your devices’ connection speeds and explore steps you can take to improve performance by running our speed test. If you’re testing your computer, you’ll get the most accurate results by using a wired (Ethernet) connection, turning off wifi, and closing all other programs on your computer.
Cox Hotpots are a network of 650,000 wifi hotspots nationwide—the largest in the nation—available with Cox Internet Preferred and higher plans. When you’re near a hotspot, you can connect to them by searching for available networks using your smart devices.
In recent years, fewer customers have taken advantage of a Cox Email account, so we decided to modify our email service to better serve our customers. As of August 15, 2019, Cox no longer offers the ability to create new Cox Email accounts.