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read email without login to Cpanel ?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by darkos32, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. darkos32

    darkos32 Member

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    hi,im new user,i save all my files on Cpanel,and now i create one new email e.g xx@domain.com..
    then i want to ask my friend to check this email and reply inbox message...but i dont want my friend to know about Cpanel password,so he can check my files..
    but he can login to email without login to CPanel first..can i do that ?if can,what should i do ?


    thanks..
     
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    big_bull Well-Known Member

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    login by

    domainname/webmail
    use email account as username and its password.
     
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  3. darkos32

    darkos32 Member

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    hi,i've just try it..but it can't work..
    e.g my site is www.domain.com
    myusername = xxx
    mypass = 123
    myemail = abc@domain.com
    mypass = 456
    then i access www.domain.com/webmail
    then it prompt a security login,looks like it asked for CPanel password,then i try to input email and password in that prompt...and i still cannot login,it prompt username and password again..hope anyone can help me..


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  4. darkos32

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    yepp..ok i can do it now...i input wrong pass....hehehe....
    thanks for ur help....
     
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