To manage a mailbox in the cPanel go to “Email” section.
To create a new mailbox or look through existing one go to “E-mail account”.
You will see two sections on the page. The first one is for mailbox creating, the second one shows the mailboxes that have been already created.
You may use a “Password generator” to generate a reliable password. But you may use those password that you prefer.
When you enter all parameters press “Create an account” button.
You will see a notification that account has been created.
Here you may see the name of account (email) and the disk space that it occupied. You may change the password, the quota, receive a mail client settings or delete the account (mailbox).
You should enter a confirm the new password.Press “Change password” button. You will receive a notification that the password has been changed.
To change the quota press “Change quota” button next to the mailbox. Enter a new quota or match the box “Unlimited” and press “Change quota” button. You will get the notification that quota has been changed successfully.
To remove the account (mailbox) press “Delete” next to the mailbox. You will see a warning, to confirm it press “Delete” button. The account (mailbox) will be deleted.
The access to webmail (mail client in the browser)
You may control e-mails without using a mail client installed on your computer in cPanel. For this purpose there is a so called webmail.
Select the app.If you do not have any experience in working with such applications it is recommended to choose RoundCube. This app has a user-friendly interface, understandable for beginners.
After selecting you will be redirected to the mail application to manage your mail messages as in usual mail client on your computer.
The page of autoresponder setup will be displayed.
Specify all the parameters of the autoresponder.
- “Encoding” – encoding the letter of autoresponder.
- “Interval” – the waiting time (in hours) between replies to the sender with the same email address; the value must be expressed as an integer.
- “Email” and “Domain” – address where the letter is sent.
- “From” – the sender of the message.
- “Theme” – the topic of the letter.
- “This message may contain HTML code” – this option allows to use HTML code in the text of the message.
- “Text” – the text of the message that will be sent by autoresponder.
- “Start” and “Stop” – these settings specify the time interval in which the created autoresponder will be triggered
When you do all the changes press “Create/Change” button. You will get a notification that the autoresponder was created succesfully.
The same page as when creating the autoresponder will be displayed. After editing it click on “Create/Edit” button. If everything is entered correctly you will receive a notification that the settings of the autoresponder were changed successfully.
To remove the autoresponder press “Delete” button ext to the autoresponder in the “Autoresponders” section. You will receive a notification that confirms deleting. Press “Delete autoresponder” and the autoresponder will be removed. If you do not need to remove the autoresponder, press “Cancel” button.
Сonfigure e-mail filters.
There are two subsections in the “Email” section of cPanel to configure e-mail filters. They are “Global e-mail filters” and “E-mail filters”. The difference between these two filters is: the first one configures a global filter that is setup for all e-mails in your cPanel account, the second one allows you to configure filters for every e-mail separately from others.
Press it and you will get to the page where it is possible to create a global filter. The custom filter options will be displayed on this page.
“Filter name” – the filter name is necessary to simplify the search in the filters list.
“Rules” – you set a rule when the filter is working.
“Actions” – you set actions that will be done when the rule is triggered.
You may find out the sections descriptions in the following.
For example, the rule will be done when “From” field is “email@example.com”. The rule will work when you a receive a letter from “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
All the actions that will be done when the rule is triggered you may specify in this field.
You may also specify a chain of rules and (or) conditions that will activate one or several actions.
Pay attention to “AND” and “OR” options. They describe how to check the conditions of the rule. “And” specifies that both conditions must be true for the rule to match. “OR” specifies that at least one condition must be true for the rule to match.
The implementation of the rule will perform two actions (as you may see on the screenshot): the e-mails redirect to a specified mailbox and then the message will be deleted from the current drawer.
When you add conditions or actions press “Create” button. If everything is correct you receive a notification that filter has been added successfully.
The procedure of the e-mail filter setup is the same as the procedure of the global e-mail filter setup. But it has one difference: you will get to the “E-mail filters” subsection where you have to choose the account (e-mail) and setup the filter.
Press “Filters management” button to get to the filter creation page (the description of it see in the “Global e-mail filters setup”). The procedure of the filter addition is similar.