Email

How to set up email filtering with SpamAssassin

First, you need to Login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)
To set up an email filtering with SpamAssassin in cPanel. You will need to create a Spam folder within your webmail.
Locate and click on Email Accounts under Email section.

 

 

You will be redirected to the Email Accounts page, then just select the email account you wanted to create Spam folder and click Access Webmail.

 

 

Choose which email clients you wish to use from the 3 as seen on the image below.

How to reset your email password – cPanel

First, you need to Login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)
Locate and click on the Email Accounts under the Emails section.

 

 

You will then be redirected to the Email Accounts where it will show you the list of email accounts you have in your server.
From there, click on “Password and Authentication” button for the email account you wish to change the password.

 

 

After that, you will be asked to enter your preferred password.

 

How to set up email forwarding – cPanel

First, you need to Login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)
Locate and click on the Forwarders under Email section.

 

 

You will then be redirected to the Forwarders main screen and will see the Create an Email Account Forwarder, Email Account Forwarders and Forward All Emails for a Domain sections.

 

 

To create and Email Account Forwarder, kindly click on the Add Forwarder button.

 

How to check email disk usage in cPanel

Email Disk Usage is a tool that allows you to see and check all of the mailboxes that have been created within your server, along with their current disk usage. This will let you manage and delete emails which can help you free up storage space.

 

To access the Email Disk Usage tool. First, you need to login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)

 

 

You will the be redirected to the Email Disk Usage screen where you will see the current current disk usage for every mailbox on your Email Account.

How to create an autoresponder in cPanel

What is cPanel Autoresponder?

 

An Autoresponder is a feature within cPanel that allows you to configure automatic response messages in reply to emails that are coming in to a specific email account. This feature is very useful when you are unavailable or out on holidays and don’t have access to your email account.

 

To create an Autoresponder, first you need to login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)

Locate the category “Emails” from the cPanel Home Screen and click on “Autoresponders”.

 

How to create an email forwarder in cPanel

First, login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)

Locate the category “Emails” from the cPanel Home Screen and click on “Forwarders”.

 

 

You will then be redirected to the Forwarders page where you will see the options to create an Email Forwarder and a Domain Forwarder. You will also see the list for the current Email Account Forwarders and Domain Forwarders.

 

 

To create an Email Forwarder, click on the Add Forwarder button.

How to set up your email client – iOS

First, get the Mail Client Configuration from your cPanel / Plesk email account.

Login to your cPanel / Plesk account. (Don’t know how to login to your account? See links below.)

For cPanel – Click here

For Plesk – Click here

 

Within the cPanel Main Screen, go to Email Accounts then click on “Set Up Mail Client”.

This will show you the configurations for you to set up your mail client from your Android device.

How to set up your email client – Android

First, get the Mail Client Configuration from your cPanel / Plesk email account.

Login to your cPanel / Plesk account. (Don’t know how to login to your account? See links below.)

For cPanel – Click here

For Plesk – Click here

 

Within the cPanel Main Screen, go to Email Accounts then click on “Set Up Mail Client”.

This will show you the configurations for you to set up your mail client from your Android device.

How to setup your email client – Outlook 2010

Step 1


From File select Add Account

Outlook 1

 

Step 2


Select Manually configure server settings or additional server type and click Next

Outlook 2

 

Step 3


Select Internet E-mail and click Next

Outlook 3

 

Step 4


Your Name: Your full name

E-mail Address: The email address you are trying to access

Account Type: POP3 or IMAP – we would recommend IMAP as this keeps a copy of the email on the server and can be access by multiple devices at the same time

Incoming mail server: mail.yourdomainname.com (replace yourdomainname.com with your domain name)

Outgoing mail server: mail.yourdomainname.com (replace yourdomainname.com with your domain name)

User Name: The email address you are trying to access

Password: The password for the email address

Outlook 4

 

Step 5


Click on More Settings and then Outgoing Server and click on My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as my incoming mail server

Outlook 5

 

To finish the wizard click on Ok then Next then Close and then Finish

How to setup your email client – Mac Mail

Details on how to setup Mac Mail can be found from the link below:

Setup Mac Mail

 

Please remember the following details when trying to setup your mail account:

 

E-mail Address: The email address you are trying to access

User Name: The email address you are trying to access

Password: The password for the email address

Incoming mail server: mail.yourdomainname.com (replace yourdomainname.com with your domain name)

Incoming mail server port: 143

Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.yourdomainname.com (replace yourdomainname.com with your domain name)

Outgoing mail server (SMTP) port: 25 (some ISP’s require this to be 587)

Security: Should be set to none