Webmail allows you to access your email account through any browser or mobile device.
cPanel Analytics features collect data about how users use cPanel & WHM's interfaces and how hosting providers configure servers.
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 features in this section perform different actions in Webmail.
The BoxTrapper feature filters spam from your inbox through challenge-response verification.
The Calendar and Contacts Server (CCS) allows your cPanel users to manage their CalDAV (calendar) and CardDAV (contacts) accounts from your cPanel & WHM server.
This document provides the list of updated features for the Calendar and Contacts Server (CCS) plugin.
cPanel Analytics features collect data about interface use and server configuration. The data that we gather may change in the future.
You can offload certain functionality to a linked server.
This document explains how to create an email account and connect to it
This document explains how to use Roundcube to manage spam.
This document explains how to rebuild a Roundcube database in cPanel & WHM version 60 and earlier.
This document describes how to configure Roundcube to use the original Roundcube interface skin.
This document describes how to setup an email signature from within Webmail.
You may need to perform certain steps in your webmail application in order to view folders that contain archived or Apache SpamAssassin™-filtered mail.
This document explains how to set up a delegated calendar in Roundcube.
This document describes the addition of Sender Rewriting Scheme (SRS) support in cPanel & WHM version 108.