Managing Email Accounts in cPanel

How to create email accounts in cPanel? cPanel create a default email for your main cPanel user if you have no eamil account setup. Thought this is convenient, it is wise to create a separate email from your main cPanel account.

How to Add/Remove an Email AccountTo create an email account:

1. Login to cPanel,

2. Click on Email Accounts in the Mail section group,

Managing Email


Type in the name you want, the password and quota as illustrated. If you have multiple domains, you can use the Domain dropdown field to select your prefrerred domain name.

Managing Email

You may also modify the password, quota view instructions on how to setup email clients such as outlook or delete the email via the Email Accounts function as illustrated below:

Managing Email

To access webmail:

If your domain has propagated, you can access webmail by typing any of the following URLs into your browser's address bar or use the server's main IP address which you can obtain in your welcome email.


In these examples, substitute your primary domain or addon domain name for yourdomain.com.
  • http://www.yourdomain.com/webmail or
  • http://www.yourdomain.com:2095 or https://www.yourdomain.com:2096


If you are successful you will see the webmail application selection page as illustrated below:

Managing Email


Alternatively you can also use different email clients or mobile devices to retreive your emails. Tutorials can be found here:

How to Set Up an Email Account for Android Devices
How to Set Up an Email Account for iOS Devices
How to Set Up your Email in Outlook 2010
How to Setup Your Email in Mac using Mail Application
How to setup your email in Windows Live Mail


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