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 How do I create email accounts?
Solution To create an email account, login to your control panel
http://replace-with-your-domain.com/cpanel
click on 'Email Accounts'
then Add/Remove Email Accounts.
How to create a POP email account tutorial

*NOTE: In cPanel 'Mail Client Configuration' for your mail program it shows to use
Mail Server Username: username+yourdomain.com. DO NOT USE THIS + sign
instead use username@yourdomain.com

*NOTE: By default you have no email address setup.
The main username may
look like it is setup as an email, but if you wish to use it, you will need to add it as an email account.

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Text Version Steps
  1. Set the following in the "Add a New Email Account" section:
    • E-mail - Enter the name of the email account you want to create.
      This will be the username such as info@domain.com.
      Select the domain you want to use for the email account from the drop down menu.
    • Password - Enter the password you want to use for the new email account.
    • Mailbox quota (optional) - Enter the amount in megabytes you want set for
      the amount of disk space allocated to the new email account.
  2. Click on the Create button.
  3. You will see the following confirmation:
    • "The e-mail account EMAIL_ACCOUNT with the login
      USERNAME+DOMAIN_NAME and password PASSWORD
      with a quota of MEGABYTES Megabytes was successfully created."
  4. Click on the Go Back link.
  5. You should now see your new email account in the four-column "Current Accounts"
    table, listed under the "Account" column. The "Current Accounts" table provides the
    following information:
    • Account - The email accounts and their associated email addresses you have
      created.
    • Access Webmail - You can directly access the associated email account via
      the available web based email clients.
    • Usage - This entry shows you how much disk space the associated email has used.
    • Functions - The drop down menu provides several options for managing the
      associated email account as shown below:
      • Delete - This option will delete the associated email account.
      • Change Quota - This will allow you to change the amount of disk space
        allocated to the associated email account.
      • Change Password - This will allow you to change the password of the
        associated email account.
      • Configure Mail Client - This will allow you to automatically configure
        your desktop mail client using the associated email account information,
        login, password and email address.


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Article ID: 77
Created On: 17 Aug 2008 05:05 PM

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