Creating an email account in cPanel is a straightforward process. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you set up an email account:
1. Log into cPanel: Open your web browser and enter your cPanel URL (usually https://yourdomain.com/cpanel). Then, enter your cPanel username and password to log in.
2. Locate the Email Accounts section: After logging in, you will be directed to the cPanel dashboard. Look for the "Email Accounts" icon or link. It is usually located in the Mail section of the cPanel dashboard.
3. Click on "Email Accounts": Click on the "Email Accounts" button to proceed to the email account management section.
4. Click on the "Create" button.
Once you are in the Email Accounts section, you'll see an option to "Create" . Click on this button to create a new email account.
5. Enter the desired email address:
In the "Email" field, enter the name you want for your new email address. For example, if you want your email address to be "email@example.com," enter "hello" in this field.
.Choose the domain: If you have multiple domains associated with your cPanel account, you can select the appropriate domain from the dropdown menu. Choose the domain where you want to create the email address.
.Set a strong password: Generate a strong and secure password for your email account. It's essential to use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters to ensure security.
.Configure optional settings (if available): Some cPanel installations might have additional settings, such as mailbox size, autoresponders, forwarding options, etc. If available, you can configure these settings according to your preferences.
6. Click the "Create" button: After entering the necessary details, click on the "Create" or "Add Email Account" button to create the email address. Email account created: Once the account is created successfully, you will see a confirmation message indicating that your email account has been set up.
You can now start using your newly created email address by accessing it through webmail or configuring it in an email client like Outlook, Thunderbird, or on your mobile device.
Remember to keep your email account credentials secure and periodically update your password for added security.
So, whenever you want to create an email address in cPanel we've got you covered. Happy hosting!