This interface lets you to add, manage, and delete email accounts.
Webmail allows you to access your email account through any browser or mobile device.
Webmail clients allow you to access your Webmail email account.
This section includes features that help you manage your email.
This section in the Webmail interface has features that edit your settings.
This Webmail section has features that help you manage and protect your inbox from spam.
The AutoConfigure (AutoConfig) and Autodiscover services quickly and easily configure a user's mail client to receive their cPanel email.
This document contains information about IP reputation, Blacklists, and the impact they have on the emails you send.
Email filters use the criteria that you specify to determine how to handle email messages.
This document explains how to configure your Microsoft Windows® 7 workstation and Microsoft Outlook® 2010 mail clients to use Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol version 1.2.
The Apache SpamAssassin™ Report_Safe setting allows you to modify how Apache SpamAssassin alerts email recipients that an email failed its spam tests.
To decrease the chance that spam filters mark your mail as spam, verify that the reverse DNS (rDNS) entry of Exim's outgoing IP address matches the DNS response of your server's hostname.
This document explains how to create an email account and connect to it
This article contains helpful information to make sure that other servers or networks do not mark your email as spam.
This document describes how to directly log in to your sent or spam mail folder in one easy step.
This article shows you how to manage your Exim queue.
This document outlines some of the best practices that you can follow to avoid email abuse on your cPanel & WHM server.
The Mail section of WHM's Tweak Settings interface contains five options that allow you to limit outgoing mail.
WHM allows you to specify the maximum number of emails that each domain on your server can send per hour.
IMAP and POP3 are different in how and for how long they store mail on the mail server.