Whether you are new to the cPanel control panel, troubleshooting, or looking for more detailed help, I hope you will find what you need to #MasterTheWeb here.
All cPanel Tutorials
A detailed guide showing you how to log in to cPanel
Email filters in cPanel help you control what email you receive including to help reduce spam. Learn how to set up cPanel email spam filters with this detailed guide.
We look at how to increase the size of your mailbox quota in cPanel to prevent emails being returned due to a full mailbox.
We look at how to create an Auto-responder in cPanel so you can automatically respond to emails if you are unavailable.
A quick tutorial showing how to set up cPanel Email Domain Forwarding as well as forwarding from a specific email address to another.
Tutorial showing how to set up a catch-all Email Account in cPanel so you can see any emails sent to invalid email addresses on your domain.
We compare SquirrelMail, Roundcube and Horde, and discuss which webmail application is best for you.
A short tutorial showing How to Delete your Email Account in cPanel. The process can be carried out within a minute with just a few clicks.
A detailed tutorial on how to create a cPanel email account.
How to configure Apache SpamAssassin within cPanel including a detailed guide to all the Spam Filter settings, including SpamAssassin Score. Now you can easily stop email spam!
A Short tutorial showing How to Update Your Email Account Password in cPanel. With our tutorial this can be done in seconds with just a few clicks.
cPanel is a popular control panel used for managing web hosting. It features a graphical user-friendly interface so you do not need any technical knowledge to manage your hosting.
Because it is easy to use, it is very popular with many web hosting providers. You can manage your files, email addresses, domains, backups, and databases through the cPanel control panel. You can view our tutorials showing how to carry out many tasks within cPanel here.
Furthermore, many hosting providers install add-ons allowing easy integration with third-party services such as CloudFlare, or Codeguard (backup service). One popular add-on is Softaculous, a one-click software installer, allowing you to install WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and hundreds of other software in just a few clicks.
There are other control panels available, such as Plesk and DirectAdmin. You can read about the differences here.