cPanel

How to add Domain Name in cPanel ?

1) Once you log into Control Panel (cPanel), check for “Domains” Section. 2) Within that section, you can find “Addon Domains”. Please click on it. 3) In “New Domain Name” field, enter the new domain name you want to add. 4) You can enter the “Subdomain/FTP Username”, as required. 5) “Document Root” is the location of your domain. The location Read more

How to view the default FTP accounts from cPanel ?

To view the default FTP account: 1) Log into cPanel at: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the Primary Domain added on your account. Example: https://example.com/cpanel 2) Once logged in, find “FTP Accounts” icon under “Files” Section. Click on that icon to find the default FTP icon under “Special FTP Accounts” section.

How to view the manual FTP settings from cPanel?

To view the FTP settings: 1) Log into cPanel at: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the Primary Domain added on your account. Example: https://example.com/cpanel 2) Once logged in, click on “FTP Accounts” icon under “Files” Section. 3) You can find “Configure FTP Client” option for any of the Sub-FTP account including for Special/Default FTP account. Click on that option to Read more

How to view/add the FTP accounts from cPanel ?

To view/add the FTP accounts: 1) Log into cPanel at: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the Primary Domain added on your account. Example: https://example.com/cpanel 2) Once logged in, find “FTP Accounts” icon under “Files” Section. Click on that icon to find the FTP accounts added on your account. 3) To add new FTP account for particular domain/file, under “Add FTP Read more

How to reset the password for FTP Sub account in cPanel?

To reset the password : 1) Log into cPanel at: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the Primary Domain added on your account. Example: https://example.com/cpanel 2) Once logged in, click on “FTP Accounts” icon under “Files” Section. 3) You can find “Change Password” option for each associated FTP Subaccount. 4) Click on that option and set the Strong password accordingly.

How to set Email Forwarding for individual mail accounts from cPanel ?

In cpanel, you can set email forwarding for individual email addresses and also for entire domain email address. Here are the steps to set email forwarding for individual email addresses: 1) Log into cPanel at: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the Primary Domain added on your account. Example: https://example.com/cpanel 2) Once logged in, you can find “Forwarders” icon under “Mails” Read more

How to set Email Forwarding for all email for a domain from cPanel ?

In cPanel, you can set email forwarding for individual email addresses and also for entire domain email address. Here are the steps to set email forwarding for all email address for a domain: 1) Log into cPanel at: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the Primary Domain added on your account. Example: https://example.com/cpanel 2) Once logged in, you can find “Forwarders” Read more

How to access mails online?

You can access Web Mail directly using the URL like: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the domain name associated with your email address. For Example: If you want to access email messages associated with “test@example.com” then the URL to access email messages would be like: https://example.com/webmail Once you login with the associated email address and password, you would find three Read more

How to Auto Responder from cPanel ?

In cPanel, you can set email forwarding for individual email addresses and also for entire domain email address. Here are the steps to set email forwarding for all email address for a domain: 1) Log into cPanel at: https://domain.com/cpanel Note: Replace domain.com with the Primary Domain added on your account. Example: https://example.com/cpanel 2) Once logged in, you can find “Auto Read more