How to Set Up a cPanel Email Account With Outlook 2019
You can set up a cPanel email account with Microsoft Outlook 2019 and manage your email account. . Open Outlook 2019. . Go to File > Info and click on Add Account. Enter your full email address, such as firstname.lastname@example.org, and click Connect. In Advance Setup, select IMAP. Enter IMAP details as provided below the screenshot but change the hostname to your server hostname and make sure that your IMAP port is correct. Enter your email password and click Connect. 7. Finally, click on Done. You can now manage your newly-added email from the left sidebar under the Home tab of Outlook.
How to Forward an Email to Gmail or Other Email Service Providers
How to forward an email? Log in to your cPanel account. In the Email section, click on Forwarders and then click on Add Forwarder. Enter the following details: Address to Forward: Enter the email address you want to forward. If you’re going to forward your email@example.com to a custom e-mail address, enter myemail in this field. Domain: Select the appropriate domain from the Domain drop-down list if you have multiple domains. In the Destination field, select Forward to email address and enter your custom e-mail address on which you want to receive forwarded emails. Click on Add Forwarder. How to forward an email to a mail pipe script/program? In the Email section, click on Forwarders and then choose Add Forwarder. Enter the following details: Address to Forward: Enter the email address you want to forward. Domain: Select the appropriate domain from the Domain drop-down list if you have multiple domains.
How to Create an Email Account in cPanel
To create a new email address, perform the following steps: Log in to your cPanel account. In the Email section, click on Email Account. Click on +Create. You can find this on the right-hand side. Under Create An Email Account, fill up the following details: Domain: Select the appropriate domain from the drop-down list if you have more than one domain. Username: Enter a username such as your first name. Security: Select Set password now, enter a password, or use a generator to generate one. Optional Settings: Click on Edit Settings to expand. In the Storage space option, enter the amount of storage space or select the Unlimited option. Click on Create. Once your email account is created, it will appear under the Account & Domain tab.
How to Create an Email Autoresponder When You Are on Vacation
If you are on holiday or you will be unavailable for a few days or a month, you can create an auto email responder for your emails. When people email you, they will receive an automated email with your message. Log in to your cPanel account. In the Email section, click on Autoresponders. From the Autoresponders page, click on Add Autoresponder. Enter the following details: Interval: Specify the number of hours you wish the autoresponder to wait between responses to the same email address. Email: Enter your email address on which you want to enable autoresponder. To enable auto responder on firstname.lastname@example.org, enter support in the email field. Domain: Select the appropriate domain from the drop-down list if you have multiple domains. From: Enter the name that the auto-response will be from. Subject: Please enter your email subject such as I am on vacation, etc. Select the start and stop
How to Change an Email Account’s Password in cPanel
You can change your email account’s password through the following steps: Log in to your cPanel account. In the Email section, click on Email Accounts. Scroll down to the Account @ domain section. You should see the email account listed there. If your email address is email@example.com, you should see a Manage option on the right side of your email address. Click on Manage. In the New Password field, enter your new password or use a password generator. Scroll down to the end of the page and click on Update Email Settings. Congratulations, your email password has been successfully changed. Now you can access your email using your new password!