Email

How to Create an Email Account in cPanel?

To create a new email address, perform the following steps: 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Email section, click the Email Account Icon.3. Click on the + Create button. You can find this on the Right-hand side. 4. Under Create An Email Account, fill up the following details: Domain: If you have more than one domain, select the appropriate domain from the drop-down list.Username: Enter username…

How to change the password of your email account?

If you want to change the password of your email account, you can do this through the following steps: 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the Email, section, click on the Email Accounts Icon.3. Scroll down to the Account @ Domain section, and you should see your email account listed there. 4. If your email address is server@example.com, you should see a Manage option…

How to Access your Email Account from cPanel Webmail?

You can access your Email account directly from Webmail. 1. Open http://example.com/webmail, replace example.com with your domain name and enter your full email address and password in user login details and then press the Login Button.2. You will be redirected to a cPanel Webmail Page. Click on any Webmail Email Reader like Horde, Roundcube or any other available application.Once your Webmail Email Reader opens, you…

How to forward an email to Gmail, Yahoo or other email service providers?

Email Account Forwarders: Step 1: Log in to your cPanel account. Step 2: In the Email Section of your cPanel, click on Forwarders and then click on Add Forwarders. Step 3: On the Add a New Forwarder page, you will see the Address to forward: field. If you want to forward your myemail@example.com to your custom e-mail address, enter my-email in the Address to forward, field and should you have multiple domains,…

How to create an E-mail Autoresponder when you are unavailable or on vacation?

If you are going for a holiday or will be unavailable for few days or a month, you can create an auto email responder for your emails so that when people email you, they will receive an automated email with your message like I am on holiday, please email me in a few days’ time….

How to Setup a cPanel Email account with Mozilla Thunderbird?

Thunderbird is a friendly email client software for managing your email. You can set-up a cPanel email account with Mozilla Thunderbird and receive/send the email. 1. Open Mozilla Thunderbird. 2. Click on the Menu Icon located on the right side of the screen and then go to New. A drop box will open. 3. Now Click on the Existing Mail…

How to forward email in Mozilla Thunderbird?

You can forward the email to other email accounts using Mozilla Thunderbird. 1. Open Mozilla Thunderbird. 2. Go to Inbox, select the message you want to forward and it will show the Forward option. Then click on it. 3. Type your message in the message box. Do not make any modifications to the email title and the rest of the…

How to check for new email in Mozilla Thunderbird?

Thunderbird is an Email Client Software, and you can work with it in the following way. 1. Open Mozilla Thunderbird. 2. In the left panel, you can see a list of your email accounts. Double Click on Inbox or if it is hidden, click on your email, and it will expand and show the inbox, the trash list. Etc.Another…

How to send email using Mozilla Thunderbird?

You can send email using Thunderbird. It is straightforward because you do not need to manually login to cPanel webmail and you can directly send email using the Mozilla Thunderbird Email Client. 1. Open Mozilla Thunderbird. 2. On the left side of the top menu, click on the Write option. If you have multiple email accounts, click on your…

How to delete email message in Mozilla Thunderbird?

If you want to remove email from Mozilla Thunderbird, you can easily do it, but if you use POP, the email will only be removed from your Thunderbird email client, and the email will be kept on your mail server. If you use IMAP settings, then the email will be removed from both your Thunderbird…

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