How to Create a New Email Account

Overview

You have the ability to create email accounts from your cpanel. The number of email accounts you have is controlled by your web host and shown on the main screen of your cPanel interface. In QServers WebHosting, all our hosting services comes with ability to create unlimited email addresses.

 

Steps

Step 1:  Log into cPanel and locate the Email account icon.

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Step 2:
  Once logged into cpanel, click on the "Email Accounts" located in the Mail section of cPanel, you should get a screen as shown below:


email page



Step 3:  
Enter the required information into the text field provide (name of the account and the account's password). You should ensure that the password combination has a minimum strength of 90 else the account creation will not proceed. Also ensure to set the quota for the mail box you want to create. Once this is set, click on "CREATE".

email page

You should get a prompt as below:

email page

Congratulations!!! You have now successfully created your customized email address.

 

Troubleshooting

Some email clients may not recognize non-standard characters for the account name. If the account is not being created, make sure that all fields contain information before clicking on create.

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