How to create and manage emails in cPanel is something every web designer and developer needs to know
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Why to use emails in cPanel
As you all know there are lots of email providers which most of them are free including Yahoo, Gmail, Outlook, iCloud, and other providers in the world but none of them give you the option to use your own domain for your emails.
for example, imagine that you have a domain name like example.com and you need to have an email like [email protected] If you’re using these free email providers you can’t do this. But if you have a web hosting account which does not matter what control panel you’re using you will be able to use your own domain for your email accounts. As you know in this post we will focus on cPanel but later on, we’re going to talk about other control panels’ email functionality too.
Step-by-step guide for creating emails in cPanel
First of all you need to login to your cpanel account:
like always when you log into your cPanel account you can see your dashboard like the picture I’m posting below:
Then you need to click on email accounts in email sections of your cPanel dashboard.
In the section, there is a button with the label of (create) which you can see on the right side of the panel. This button is blue and when you click on that you will be redirected to a page that you will be asked to give some information about your email account which I’ve posted the picture of below.
You’re in this page you must give a username for your email account and then generate a password for it.
Your password must meet the strength requirement that cPanel needs. which means that you cannot put easy passwords for security reasons. After you have given this information you must click on the create button. You can use the cPanel password generator or you can use another password generator available on the web.
Now if you return to your email accounts page you’ll understand that your email account has been created successfully, and for checking your email you must click on check email button which I have shown you in the picture above this text.
If you click on check email button you will be redirected to a page which is called web mail page in cPanel that you can see in the above picture.
Now the only thing you need to do is click on open button which is shown under roundcube logo. If you’re not really familiar with roundcube it does not really matter right now because we’re going to talk about it in future posts but what do you need to do is just click open.
And finally you will be able to see your email dashboard which is shown below:
thank you all again for reading another post on ATWP WordPress hosting.
I tried to help you understand how to create and manage emails in cPanel today in this post and I tried to do my best to cover all of the necessary details about this topic.
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