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This document is for a previous release of cPanel & WHM. To view our latest documentation, visit our Home page.

For cPanel & WHM 11.46

(Home >> Mail)

  • Email Accounts — This interface allows you to add and manage your domain's email accounts.
  • Note:

    The Webmail icon will not display if you logged in with the reseller or root password.

  • BoxTrapper — BoxTrapper allows you to block unwanted email. Use the BoxTrapper interface to configure your BoxTrapper settings.
  • Apache SpamAssassin  — Apache SpamAssassin allows you to block unwanted email. Use the Apache SpamAssassin interface to configure your Apache SpamAssassin settings.
  • Forwarders — Forwarders allow you to forward incoming email from one address to another. Use this interface to create and manage your domain's forwarders.
  • Auto Responders — Autoresponders allow you to send a message in response to incoming email automatically. Use this interface to create and manage your domain's autoresponders.
  • Default Address — Use the Default Address interface to configure how cPanel will handle mail that is sent to invalid email addresses for your domain.
  • Mailing Lists — Mailing lists allow you to specify a single address through which you can send an email message to multiple addresses.
  • Account-Level Filtering — Account-level filters allow you to create mail filters for your domain's main email account.
  • User-Level Filtering — User-level filters allow you to create mail filters for specific email accounts on your domain.
  • Email Trace — Use this interface to review details about email delivery attempts for your account.
  • Email Authentication — Use this interface to configure DKIM, SPF, and other settings that help prevent spam.
  • MX Entry — Use this interface to add and manage MX entries.
  • Email Archiving  — Use this interface to save incoming, outgoing, or mailing list messages for a specified amount of time.

Related documentation

  • Mail FAQ — This document provides answers to some frequently asked questions.
  • Additional Login Methods — This document explains how to log directly in to your sent and spam email folders.