cPanel Mail Tutorials

Topic: cPanel Mail Tutorials

You will find below, all our Email Tutorials for cPanel.

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cPanel Email Tutorials Index

We are in the process of creating some detailed cPanel Mail Tutorials in order to help you successfully create and manage your email accounts within cPanel.  Many of our cPanel email tutorials contain videos to make them very simple to follow. This page serves as a portal to all the cPanel mail tutorial topics we have covered but please do check back regularly as we are constantly adding more topics and tutorials each day.

cPanel Email Tutorials

cPanel Mail Tutorials:

The headings below relate to the different options you will find under the Mail Section in cPanel:

Email Accounts

The Email Accounts Section in cPanel allows you to create an email account in cPanel including setting the password and mailbox quota as well as how to change these options on your email accounts once they are created.  You can find all our cPanel Email Tutorials below: 

Webmail

The Webmail Section in cPanel contains access to the 3 different webmail program (Squirrelmail, Roundcube and Horde).  You can find all our cPanel Webmail Tutorials below:

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Apache SpamAssassin

The Apache SpamAssassin Section in cPanel allows manage the automated email spam filtering system that helps to prevent spam emails entering your inbox.  You can find all our tutorials related to the Apache SpamAssassin section below: 

Forwarders

The Forwarders Section in cPanel allows you to send copies of all emails received to a different email account of your choice.  You can find all our tutorials related to the Forwarders section below:

Autoresponders

The Autoresponders Section in cPanel allows you to create emails that are automatically sent to the email sender upon receipt of an email.  You can find all our tutorials related to the Autoresponders section below:

Default Address

The Default Address Section in cPanel allows you to set an email address that will act as a Catch all email.  In other words if an email is sent to an invalid or non-existent email address for your domain it will end up here.  You can find all our tutorials related to the Default Address section below: 

Mailing Lists

The Mailing Lists Section in cPanel allows you to create a mailing list so you can use a single email address to send email or newsletters to multiple email addresses.  You can find all our tutorials related to the Mailing Lists section below: 

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Account-Level Filtering

The Account-Level Filtering Section in cPanel allows you to block or divert certain messages based on set criteria for each email account.  You can find all our tutorials related to the Account-Level Filtering section below: 

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User-Level Filtering

The User-Level Filtering Section in cPanel allows you to block or divert certain messages based on set criteria for each User.  You can find all our tutorials related to the User-Level Filtering  section below:

Email Trace

The Email Trace Section in cPanel allows you to review any email delivery attempts and determine whether a message was successfully delivered and even view the delivery route.  You can find all our tutorials related to theEmail Trace section below:

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Import Addresses and Forwarders

The Import Email Accounts and Forwarders Section in cPanel allows you to import email accounts and forwarders from either a CSV file or a XLS that you have previously uploaded to your server..  You can find all our tutorials related to the Import Addresses and Forwarders section below:

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Email Authentication

The Email Authentication Section in cPanel allows you to setup DKIM and SPF authentication add details to the mail headers so that the recipient server will identify your email as legitimate.  This helps prevent your email being flagged as spam.  You can find all our tutorials related to the Email Authentication section below: 

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MX Entry

The MX Entry Section in cPanel allows you to specify which server you wish for the emails to be delivered.  You can find all our tutorials related to the MX Entry section below:

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