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In the previous guide of our using email series, we covered how to create email accounts, we will now show you how to log into webmail to use these new email accounts. All Web Hosting Hub hosting accounts come with access to three webmail clients: SquirrelMail, Horde, and RoundCube. This will allow you to check your email from any computer with Internet access.
SquirrelMail, Horde, and RoundCube are webmail clients. cPanel offers users 3 options, as each program has a different look and feel when you use it. All 3 show you the same email, so you'll want to choose one that best suites your needs. Squirrel Mail is more basic and to the point, while Horde and RoundCube give users more options.
Please keep the following points in mind when accessing your email through webmail:
In this example we are going to log into SquirrelMail, however it is the same process to log into Horde and RoundCube.
First, we will need to access the webmail login page. Your webmail login can be accessed by typing yourdomain.com/webmail in your Internet browser, as seen here:
Make sure that you replace yourdomain.com with the primary domain on your account. Once you have typed in yourdomain.com/webmail and hit Enter, you will get a box asking for a Username and Password. This will look different depending on what browser you are using. In this example we are using Internet Explorer. When the login box appears, type in the full email address that you want to check as the username, and then the password for that email address as the password:
Remember to use your full email address and password at the webmail login.
Once you have logged in, the following screen will appear. You can make sure you signed in with the correct address because it will display on this page.
To use SquirrelMail, click on the "Read Mail Using SquirrelMail" link or click on the SquirrelMail icon. This will bring you into the SquirrelMail application:
Now you can send and receive your email from the email address that you logged in with. In the next tutorial we will show you how to edit your MX records.
|1.||How to Create an Email Account|
|2.||How to Log into Webmail|
|3.||How to Modify your MX Records|
|4.||Creating an Autoresponder in your cPanel|
|5.||How to Automatically Forward Email in your cPanel|
|6.||Fighting Spam with SpamAssassin|
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