Email is an essential ingredient in every day life. We send and receive emails on a daily basis. Email has become the preferred method for communicating on both a personal and business level.
Your web hosting account normally includes an unlimited number of email accounts and a range of tool for managing emails. When getting hosting email isn’t set up automatically for you. It’s something you need to setup yourself, luckily it’s an easy thing to do. Learn how to create and manage email accounts with cPanel, how to setup forwarders, prevent spam and how to access webmail.
How to create an email account
Creating an email account is essential so that you can both send and receive emails from customers or other visitors to your website. Send and receive emails using webmail. Learn how to create an email signature.
How to create an email account forwarder
Email forwarding allows you to send a copy of all email from one email address to another. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org to be automatically sent to email@example.com. Learn how to send emails from Gmail, using your own email address instead of your Gmail address.
How to create email auto responders
You can use auto responders to send a message back automatically to anyone who sends you an email. This can be useful for when you are on holiday or is unavailable, you can send out a generic message from your email address.
How to enable and configure SpamAssasin
SpamAssassin is a mail filter to identify and delete spam. Access it by clicking on the SpamAssassin icon, to enable SpamAssassin, simply click on the “Enable SpamAssassin” button. You can automatically delete spam by setting the number of hits required before mail is considered spam. 5 is the default setting. The higher the number, the more conservative the setting is.
Et voila, and you’re done!
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