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Accessing email accounts with cPanel webmail
One way to access email accounts is via cPanel webmail applications. These are web-based email...
Accessing email accounts with Gmail
To access cPanel email accounts with Gmail, do the following: 1. Decide which Gmail account you...
Adding an MX record
An MX record (Mail Exchanger record) is a DNS record that specifies a mail server responsible for...
Configure email client for cPanel email accounts
To configue an email client to access a cPanel email account, log in to cPanel and go to "Mail"...
Creating email accounts in cPanel
To create an email account in cPanel, log in to cPanel and go to "Mail" > "Email Accounts"....
DKIM email authentication
DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is an email validation system designed to detect email spoofing...
Email filters in cPanel
Email filters allow you to create rules that define how certain email messages will be treated....
Forwarding mail in cPanel
In cPanel, if you want to forward mail from email accounts to other email accounts, log in to...
How to create autoresponders for email accounts in cPanel
To create an autoresponder for an email account in cPanel: 1. Log in to cPanel and go to "Mail"...
Setting a default email address in cPanel
In cPanel, you can set to which existing email address you want to forward all mail that is being...
SPF email authentication
SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is a validation system designed to detect email spoofing by...
Updating an existing email account in cPanel
To change the password of an existing email account in cPanel, change its quota, or delete the...
Using Google Apps with Gmail as mail server
Using Google Apps with Gmail as a mail server, instead of using the mail server on your server,...

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