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Configuring Mail Clients with cPanel Email

Posted: 8/4/14 in cPanel
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Email

After adding email accounts, you can use cPanel’s tools to configure your email client to access the account.

To Configure Your cPanel Email Addresses with Mail Clients

Go to http://coolexample.com/webmail, where coolexample.com is your domain name.
Log in to your email address.
Click Configure Mail Client.
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Setting up Your New cPanel VPS

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If you purchased a new cPanel VPS from us, it’s possible the steps to set it up are slightly different than our other servers.

To Set up Your New cPanel VPS

Go to gateway.godaddy.com.
Log in to your account.
Go to the [...]

Checking Your cPanel Webmail

After adding email accounts, you can check them through cPanel’s built-in webmail clients by going to:

http://coolexample.com/webmail, where coolexample.com is your domain name.

If you can’t log in to your account, try resetting your password (more info).

NOTE: All email addresses on a cPanel account share the same pool of 500 SMTP relays [...]

Setting up DNS for cPanel Using WHM

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Article about how to set up DNS on cPanel after initial setup.

Accessing cPanel's WebHost Manager on Your Server

cPanel’s WebHost Manager is a simple and intuitive Web-based control panel that you can use to manage your server. More specifically, you can use WebHost Manager to set up a domain, DNS, and email on your dedicated server.
Make sure you have your IP address ready before you try to log [...]

Setting up WebHost Manager for the First Time

This procedure explains how to log in to cPanel’s WebHost Manager for the first time and includes some post-installation steps. You only need to perform these steps once.
To Set Up Your WebHost Manager for the First Time

Open a Web browser and go to:
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What is cPanel?

cPanel is a control panel available on our Linux-based hosting accounts and servers. It lets you easily manage many aspects of your account, including the files, applications, and email hosted on your account or server.

For our server customers, cPanel is used in conjunction with WebHost Manager, or WHM. WHM provides [...]

Troubleshooting cPanel FTP Connectivity Issues

Posted: 1/10/13 in cPanel
cPanel

If your FTP connection through cPanel fails, here are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the problem before calling customer support.

Log into your server using SSH.
At the command line, type su -. This gives you root access.

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Installing Modules for Your cPanel/WHM Server

WHM and cPanel® lets you install a number of different modules, including modules for Perl, Python (PECL), rsync (PECL), and solr (PECL).

To Access WHM’s Available Modules

Log in to WHM as root.
Click Software.
Click Module Installers.

From here, you can Manage [...]

What is WebHost Manager, or WHM?

cPanel’s WebHost Manager, or WHM, is an easy to use Web application that provides administrative control of your dedicated or Virtual Private Server (VPS). You use WebHost Manager to create individual accounts, add domains to your server, manage hosting features, and performing basic system and control panel maintenance.
WebHost Manager is [...]

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