Redirect hostname to 443


Well-Known Member
Oct 20, 2009
cPanel Access Level
DataCenter Provider
The webmail daemon itself listens on 2095/2096. 443 is Apache. You'd be looking at some sort of custom proxy / reverse proxy type setup. Something like this:

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I have not tried nor can I vouch for the above software, nor do I know if it can be configured to listen on 443. You can install your hostname SSL for the WHM/cPanel/webmail services in WHM under Service SSL certificates. This will get a valid cert on 2096 for you if nothing else.


Jan 29, 2013
cPanel Access Level
Website Owner
First of all you need to purchase SSL for if you have already SSL for that hostname then you need to install it properly and set 443 port to enforce SSL connection for your hostname.

How to install SSL in cPanel:

Now you just need to redirect your webmail url which is often accesses by you clients.

How to redirect doc: