How to Access Your Webmail

How to Manage Webmails in cPanel

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To help you manage your email passwords in cPanel, we’ve put together this detailed guide.

Step-by-Step Guide:

How to Access Your Webmail
How to Access Your Webmail

1. Log into cPanel:

  • Open Your Web Browser: Start by opening your preferred web browser.
  • Enter the cPanel URL: Type the cPanel URL provided by our team into the address bar and press Enter.
  • Log In: Enter your admin email and password to access the cPanel dashboard which should look like the image below.

2. Access Email Accounts:

  • Navigate to the Email Section: Once logged in, scroll down to the Email section.
  • Click on Email Accounts: This will take you to the page where you can manage all your email accounts.

3. Manage Email Passwords:

  • Find the Email Account: Locate the email account for which you want to change the password.
  • Click on the Manage Button: This button is usually located next to the email account.
  • Enter the New Password: In the New Password field, type the new password.
  • Confirm the New Password: Toggle the eye icon to Confirm New Password is correct.
  • Update Settings: Click the Update Email Settings button below the page to save the changes.

4. Additional Settings:

  • Manage Email Quota: From the same section, you can also manage other settings like the email quota, which allows you to allocate more or less storage space for each email account as needed.

Tips for Creating a Strong Password:

  • Use a Mix of Characters: Include uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
  • Avoid Common Words: Don’t use easily guessable words or phrases.
  • Make it Long: Aim for at least 12 characters to enhance security.
  • Use a Password Manager: Consider using a password manager to generate and store complex passwords.

For Further Assistance:

For a more comprehensive guide on how your team can navigate their webmails using cPanel effectively, you can refer the to this detailed article.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please feel free to reach out to me. At Digital Ninjas Cloud, we are always here to help you make the most out of our services.

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