cPanel offers lots of configurable features to support e-mail. Learn how to use them with these articles.
You can use cPanel to manage your web site's e-mail accounts. This article covers how to create, modify, and delete an e-mail account within cPanel.
You can use cPanel to import lists of e-mail addresses and forwarders all at once, which can save you a lot of time and effort. This article covers supported file formats for importing, and how to use the Address Importer feature in cPanel.
cPanel provides the Roundcube webmail application. This article explains what webmail is, as well as how to use it to access an e-mail account from cPanel.
This article describes how to configure e-mail autoresponders in cPanel so your site can send response messages automatically. This article covers how to add, edit, and delete an autoresponder.
Learn how to create mailing lists in cPanel and simplify sending e-mail messages to multiple recipients at the same time. This article covers how to add, administer, and delete mailing lists in cPanel.
Learn how to configure e-mail forwarders in cPanel so you can automatically forward messages from one account to another account. This article covers how to add and delete account and domain forwarders in cPanel.
Learn how to add, edit, and delete a domain's Mail Exchanger (MX) records in cPanel, and then configure e-mail routing. Only advanced users should use this feature.
Unsolicited e-mail (spam) is annoying. In this article, learn how to enable, configure, and disable Spam Filters (powered by Apache SpamAssassin™) in cPanel to reduce the amount of spam your e-mail accounts receive.
After you have enabled Spam Filters, you can set up your e-mail account to filter messages marked as spam and automatically redirect them to a folder. This article provides step-by-step instructions for setting up filtering rules in cPanel.
You can use cPanel's e-mail filters to block certain messages based on conditions that you define. This article covers how to create, modify, test, and delete e-mail filters in cPanel.
You can use cPanel to manage e-mail deliverability settings, such as SPF and DKIM, to help reduce unwanted e-mail (spam). This article covers how to manage DKIM, SPF, and reverse DNS (PTR) records.
You can easily change time zone settings in the Roundcube webmail client. Learn how here.
Learn how to import and export contacts in the Roundcube webmail client.
This article describes how to set up an e-mail forwarder (by using a script and cPanel) that pipes incoming messages to a script file. This functionality allows you to automatically process incoming messages in a flexible, programmatic manner.
By default, users manually select a client application after they log in to webmail. However, you can use redirects to enable users to log in directly to webmail without having to choose a client application. This article shows how to create a permanent redirect to do so.
This article discusses why '550 Sender verify failed' messages may occur when you try to send e-mail, and how to resolve this issue.
You can set up DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) e-mail authentication for your account to help ensure e-mail messages reach their intended recipients. Learn how to configure and test DMARC for your account here.
Google e-mail (Gmail) may block messages from e-mail forwarders or mark them as spam. This article describes an alternative way you can use Gmail to access messages from another account.
Outlook.com (Hotmail) may block messages from e-mail forwarders or mark them as spam. This article describes an alternative way you can use Outlook.com to access messages from another account: learn how to configure Outlook.com to access the account directly.
Learn what happens when one of your email accounts exceeds its storage quota.
This article discusses a problem where mailing list recipients may not receive list messages, and how to resolve it in cPanel.
Webmail programs in cPanel include calendars and contacts. Learn to synchronize your local clients with webmail calendars and contacts.
This article shows you how to configure an e-mail account through the webmail interface.
This article shows you how you can use cPanel to view and manage disk space used by e-mail messages.
You can use cPanel's e-mail filtering capabilities to process incoming messages from a specific IP address or range of IP addresses. Learn how to set up these filters in this article.
This article covers how to check if you have Spam Box enabled on your account, how to enable and disable Spam Box, how to clear Spam Box, and provides information on the Spam Threshold Score.
A Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) record is a DNS TXT record that points to a logo file. This logo file can then be displayed alongside messages sent by your organization. This article shows how to create a BIMI record in cPanel.
A2 Hosting is no longer supporting Barracuda Spam Protection. Learn more in this article.
You can use the DNS Zone Editor in cPanel to set up your domain to work with Google Workspace, and this article shows you how. (Note that Google Workspace was previously named G Suite and Google Apps.)