cPanel Email Management and Managing Domains

cPanel is one of the most comprehensive management tools for web hosting. It is one of the most commonly used tools for Linux based web servers in order to upload content and manage every aspect of your website. 

What’s more, is that it is usable on a global level. What that means is if you run a business in Australia but have a firm in the United States or England or China or anywhere in the world that manages your website for you, cPanel will be the tool of choice.

 It’s global accessibility and availability make it one of the predominant web hosting tools on the market today. Two important features of cPanel include email management and domain management.

Managing Email with cPanel

 

One of the biggest benefits of cPanel is the comprehensive email management function. It enables users to create email accounts, configure client email, setting and changing passwords, and accessing email from a web browser. 

Emails

Creating Email Accounts

In order to create email accounts, you must first login to your cPanel account. Once logged in, go to the “Mail” section and click on “email accounts”. At this point, you simply enter the username you would like to create, choose a password, and re-enter your chosen password.

If you need some help choosing a strong password that will protect your email accounts, there is a random password generator link you can click. Next, you will be prompted to select a size limit for your email.

You may choose either 250 MB or unlimited. This will determine the amount of megabytes that can be stored in the mailbox, This is important because once the storage is full, new messages are unable to be delivered and will instead be returned with a message stating the mailbox is full.

If you send and receive a lot of email, be aware of how much you are storing if you select the 250 MB option so you don’t miss any important emails. Once you’ve selected your desired size limit, simply click on “Create Account”, and your email has been created. It’s that simple!

Configuring Client Email

You can use cPanel to configure your client emails to utilize programs like Outlook or Apple Mail to make it easy to access email from your home computer. To do it, click on the “More Options” icon that corresponds with your desired email account. From there, select “Configure Email Client” in cPanel email management.

Once this has been configured, you should be able to to open and automatically log into your email account from your PC or Mac.

Setting and Changing Passwords

 

If you opt out of using the password generator to select a strong password, there are a few key things to remember when selecting a password for your email. First, passwords need to be at least eight characters in length. cPanel requires a password to have both upper and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols and should not be words that can be found in the dictionary.

cPanel email management

If you need to change a password, cPanel makes it very easy for you. Click on the “Change Password” tab next to the corresponding email account you want to change the password for. Then type and re-enter your new password. Finish by clicking “Change Password”, and it will save your new password.

Accessing Email From a Web Browser

To set up this feature, click on the “More Options” button that corresponds with the email account you would like web access for. From the menu that appears, select the “Access Webmail” option and enter your password. Click Log in, and voila! You’ve successfully logged into your email from a web browser.

cPanel Domain Management

cPanel allows users to manage multiple websites from one host account. This allows you to simplify and streamline so you can focus on the more important things. 

Add-on Domains 

Using add-on domains is one of the easiest ways to manage multiple domains from one host account. They are completely different websites, but they are all hosted inside the same cPanel account with the option to add additional sub-accounts.

This will allow you to create email addresses for each add on domain as well. They are useful in that they allow you to create an entirely new website without having to create a whole new account to host it. It makes it affordable in that instead of paying for two accounts, you split the resources of one account over your add-on domains. 

Adding an Add on Domain

In the cPanel interface, go to the “Domains” section. From there, select the “Add on Domains” feature and enter the domain name in the corresponding field. Next, make sure the FTP username is appropriate and the document root is in the right place.

Next, in the corresponding fields enter and confirm the password you would like to use. Finally, click the add button and give yourself a high five for creating an add on domain.

In conclusion, cPanel is an incredible tool that allows people to manage websites and content from one host site. The implementation of cPanel makes it extremely easy for anybody to manage their own websites. Whether you are a small startup business looking to save on marketing expenses or a web developer, the value of cPanel for managing host accounts is immeasurable. 

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