With your hosting at Web Hosting Hub, you can create an unlimited of email accounts to use with your domain.

  1. Login to your cPanel
  2. Under Mail click Email Accounts. newaccount1
  3. On the next page you can create an email account:


    Fill in the requested information, below is a description of the options:

    Option Description
    Email: Enter the first part of your email address(the name before the @ symbol), then choose the domain from the drop-down box.
    Password It is very important that you have a secure password. You can use the Password Generator to help you create a secure password.
    Mailbox Quota By default the quota size for a new email account is 250 MB, however you can change it to any size needed.

    Once you have filled in the information, click on "Create Account" and the following will appear:


Congratulations, now you know how to create an email account!

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2012-05-19 12:42 pm
I cannot find my website
1,846 Points
2012-05-21 9:44 am
Hi chuchuface,

What is your website, and what error message do you receive when you visit your website?
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2014-05-19 2:58 pm

please if i want to create a form, can u give me the coding to do so or perhaps the html protocol

give me the neccessary format and i'll do the desired design

13,461 Points
2014-05-19 3:15 pm
Hello Adeniyi,

Thanks for the question. We do have a tutorial for creating a form that uses FormMail. Please see Using FormMail to Create a Contact Form for more information.

If you further questions, please let us know.

Arnel C.
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2014-06-12 3:53 pm

As administrator of our account, is there a way to disable changing of email passwords by individual email account users?

2,055 Points
2014-06-12 4:15 pm
Unfortunately, it is not possible to prevent a user from changing their own password.
n/a Points
2014-06-28 8:54 am

im trying to set up the email on my phone but it dosent show web master, how can i do it

3,661 Points
2014-06-28 9:10 am
Hello Linda,

I'm sorry but I don't quite understand your question. Are you saying that you're trying to create a webmaster@example.com email account for your domain to check with your phone?

I was unable to pull up an account with us using the email address you've submitted this comment on, so I'm not sure if you have an account with us that you're trying to setup or a different email provider.

If you still need some help, please try to explain your issue a bit more in-depth so that we have enough information to try to provide you a solution.

- Jacob
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2014-08-03 2:38 pm



I have turned on spamassasin. After reading through the docs it appears this software creates a malibox named spam and moves any e-mail it believes to be spam into it. It also needs to be emptied regularly. Where can I find this e-mail box? When I go to e-mail, the mailboxes I set up are there but I cannot find one named spam. I'd like to review what's in this mailbox before flushing the spam.


Thanks for your help.

13,037 Points
2014-08-04 10:56 am
Hello Gene,

The Spam folder will appear once the first spam triggers. It will be on the server, but you can use your email client to subscribe to it so you can view them and delete the ones you do not like.

Kindest Regards,
Scott M
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2014-10-09 12:08 pm

trying to set a Sharp MXC311 MFP to recieve email to print. I assume I use server: POP3 , secure43.webhostinghub.com , tried port 995 (no go) do you have other ports available to try? It sends great using our gateway as DNS or should I change the DNS? if so to what?


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2014-10-09 12:10 pm

trying to set a Sharp MXC311 MFP to recieve email to print. I assume I use server: POP3 , secure43.webhostinghub.com , tried port 995 (no go) do you have other ports available to try? It sends great using our gateway as DNS or should I change the DNS? if so to what?


13,461 Points
2014-10-09 1:30 pm
Hello David,

Thanks for the question. When you are printing an email on the printer, we typically do not set it up to RECEIVE emails. You should be setting it up to print documents generally some type of print driver. The computer you're using would then get the email, and you can hit PRINT on your computer to print the email out.

If your printer has a way to receive emails on it, then you can set it up with your email username, email password and the port 143 as the non-secure POP3 port for receiving emails. The server name would be mail.yourdomainname.com (you would replace "yourdomainname" with your domain name).

I hope that helps to get it printed! Let us know if you require further assistance.

Arnel C.
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2014-10-15 12:49 am

I have McAfee Email Protection for 5 addresses. Now I want a 6th address and I don't care if it is protected by McAfee. But the Email Create tool will not allow me to create any more addresses. Do I have to purchase McAfee for every email address?

13,037 Points
2014-10-15 7:33 am
Hello Alan,

Unfortunately, yes, that is the way the McAfee works. If you did not have McAfee, I think the email address limit is a couple thousand. But when McAfee is enabled, it limits you to the number of protected email addresses you purchase.

Kindest Regards,
Scott M

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