cPanel lets you create email addresses at the domains on your Linux Hosting account.
- Log in to cPanel:
- Browse to http://myDomainName/cpanel, where myDomainName is your domain and its suffix, like coolexample.com. You’ll need your cPanel login and Password.
- Or, you can get there through your Linux Hosting dashboard.
- In the Email section, click Accounts.
- Click Create Account.
- Complete the on-screen fields, and then click Create Account.
Note: Your Mailbox Quota counts toward your account’s Disk Space and File count usage.
After you’ve set up your email account, you can check your email through cPanel’s built-in webmail clients, Roundcube or Horde Mail.
- Go to http://your domain name/webmail.
- Log in to cPanel.
- Choose a preferred webmail client.
- Your selected webmail client will open.
Configuring mail clients with cPanel email
After adding email accounts, you can use cPanel’s tools to configure your email client to access the account.
- Go to http://coolexample.com/webmail, where coolexample.com is your domain name.
- Log in to your email address.
- Click Configure Mail Client.
- Next to the mail client you want to use, click the link in the Protocols column.
- Follow any instructions or run any files that download to complete the configuration.
If the mail client or device you want to use isn’t listed, you can use the Manual Settings listed toward the bottom of the page.
If you can’t access the cPanel interface to complete these steps, these are the typical settings it uses:
|Username||Your email address|
|Password||Your email account’s password|
|Incoming Server||mail.[your domain name]|
|Incoming Ports||IMAP — 143|
POP — 110
|Outgoing Server||mail.[your domain name]|
|SMTP (Outgoing) Port||25 (587 or 80 might also work)|
Note: All email addresses on a cPanel account share the same pool of 250 SMTP relays (outbound messages) per hour.
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