If you want to set up an autoresponder for your email address, you can do so in your Webmail. An Autoresponder is a feature within your Email Settings that allows you to send an email automatically when an email is sent to a specified email address under certain circumstances.  This is great if you are on vacation and want to send an email automatically to anyone that sends you an email to let them know you are out of town until a certain day.  You also can use it if you have a customer service email to let your customers know that their email has been received and they will get a response shortly.

First, log into your Webmail by visiting yourdomain.com/webmail in your browser (substituting "yourdomain.com" for your primary domain name):

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Now log into your Webmail, using your email address as the username and the password for that email address as the password (make sure that you do not use your cPanel username and password at the webmail link):

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Once you have logged in, make sure that the proper email address is showing and then click on "Auto Responders":

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This will bring you to the same screen as the Autoresponder option within your cPanel.  For further instructions on adding your Autoresponder, please see our article on adding an autoresponder in your cPanel.

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