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cPanel U and Dovecot

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Roxi Woodis, Jun 23, 2016.

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  1. Roxi Woodis

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    I am just starting out with Cpanel University and i'm in the Email section. It is showing me how to forward emails, my only question is the panel it is showing and having me interact with i can't figure out how to access in Cpanel itself. I have looked for a dovecot button or exim, not really sure what i'm looking for.
     
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    Wouldn't that be cheating the test if someone responds with the answer? :)

    Mail options you ask about are found in WHM, not cPanel.

    Good luck on the test!
     
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    well...what is whm, i thought this was for the cpanel website. Uggg i'm thinking i'm in way over my head
     
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    what i should ask is how do i get to whm, i'm in cpanel under email and i dont see a button
     
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    Hello,

    The following document explains how to access both cPanel and WHM:

    How to Access cPanel & WHM Services

    Thank you.
     
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    Your forum profile lists you as a Website Owner. You probably do not have access to WHM from your account. Assuming thats the case, you might consider checking out the cPanel Demo:
    Demo cPanel & WHM | cPanel, Inc.

    HTH!
     
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    Thank you both. I am starting to think your right and that I don't have access to whm. The company I work for bought the domains and the cpanel software, they want me to learn how to do the website design, all the html stuff like changing the product pictures and stuff. I thought by using the cpanel university it would teach me where to find all the stuff I need, however it started me out in email and I was off to a bad start because I couldn't access that.
     
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    You can manage your website's databases, create and manage email accounts, use the file manager for uploading images and files to the account and much much more. But, cPanel is a separate tool having nothing to do with your actual website and its design, really.

    Website design, HTML stuff, is something you'd need to learn somewhere else. For example if the website was created with a script like wordpress, you'd want to visit the wordpress support forums for questions and assistance managing your wordpress website.
     
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