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Mail Accounts Passwords

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by mudaifer, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. mudaifer

    mudaifer Registered

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    I am considering using cpanel hosting. I want to give many people in my place email accounts. I want them to be able to change their passwords when they want. I do not want them to do that by logging in to cpanel using my domain account.

    Does cpanel provide that ability?
    Does this require a resseller plan?
     
  2. eazistore

    eazistore Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    If you do not want anybody to access to cPanel. then you have to create those email accounts and password via your cPanel.

    Once done, you provide them this linl:
    https://www.yourdom.com:2096 or https://www.yourdom.com/webmail

    They have to enter their email abc@yourdom.com and password to login.

    Once login, the menu should be able to "CHANGE" their password.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. m23

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    I could be wrong, but ...

    I have not tried this, and I don't have time right now to do so, but I read that there is a cPanel skin that provide only email-related services. I think it's called something like "xMail". Wish I had more info, but hopefully this will help.
     
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    fwwebs Well-Known Member

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    This theme is for the cPanel account, not the email account. As the second post says, email account owners can login and change passwords, view email, and add/remove forwarders without access to cPanel.
     
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