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email account [moved]

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Fyntas, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. Fyntas

    Fyntas Registered

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    hello,

    how can i make an email account for my friend in my site: friend@mysite.com ??? i don't wanna him let to reach cpanel, or main page of it, but i want make him be able to read mail.... how can i do this? thank you.
     
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    anyone...?
     
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    You have the ability to add extra email accounts to your main account. The number of email accounts you have is controlled by your web host and shown on the main screen of your cPanel interface.

    Steps

    1 To access the Mail Menu, click on the icon above the word Mail on the main screen of your cPanel interface.

    2 Click on the words Add/Remove Accounts to enter MAIL ACCOUNT MAINTENANCE.

    3 Click on the words Add Account.

    4 Enter the name of the account, the account's password, and the account's quota (amount of disk space the account can use) in their respective blank fields.

    5 Click on the button labelled create to create the account.

    NOTE: If the account was created successfully, the following will appear (except it will contain the information you provided in the blank fields rather than the information provided above):

    Account Created

    The e-mail account documentation@cpdocs.com with the login documentation+cpdocs.com and password test with a quota of 10 megs was successfully created.

    You friend can access emails in following two ways.

    By configuring email account in any email client(Outlook express, Outlook etc)

    Secondly you can simply access emails via your browser as follows

    Link: http://domainname/webmail

    They will not have any access to cPanel.

    Hope this will help you.
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    access email

    I set up an account but the instructions above sdont work to access it

    my email
    is
    editor@theseed.cc


    but I cant send recieve por get access to it.
     
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