Manage Email Accounts in cPanel

This documentation will give you a step by step instructions to create and manage Email accounts

associated with your cPanel domains.

You may also refer the following video tutorial :

 

To begin, log in to cPanel and navigate to “Mail” section.

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Create New Email Accounts

1: Click on Email Accounts

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2: Enter the Email user name you wish to create.

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3: Enter and confirm password. (Always use secure passwords or you can use the “Password Generator”.)

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4: Set quota for Mailbox.

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5: Then click “Create Account”.

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That’s it, the Email account is created now.

 

Delete an Email Account

1: List Email accounts

2: Click on the “Delete” option that corresponds to the account want to remove.

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Access Email account through Webmail.

Webmail is web based Email client to access your Email accounts. You can access Webmail either from cPanel or using the URL http://yourdomain.com/webmail

Steps to access through cPanel:

1: Click on “More” option corresponds to the Email account you want to open using Webmail.

2: Click on “Access Webmail”.

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3: Then you can see option to enter password of the Email account.

4: Enter the password and click “Log in”.

5: Then Click on Read Mail Using horde or RoundCube or SquirrelMail.

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Email Client Configuration.

You can configure Email account in Email clients like Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple Mail etc. You can either configure the Email client automatically or manually.

Steps to Access:

1: Click on “More” option corresponds to the Email account.

2: Click on “Configure Email Client”.

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This concludes Email accounts management for cPanel domains.