You know guys, there are two types of email accounts people create for different purpose. One is personal email and other is business email. However, many people use their personal email for business purposes. But, if you’re running a blog or website, it will be good to have an email account on your own domain separately for business purpose.
On the other hand, there are many email services that enable you to create free personal email account on their specific domain such as @gmail.com, @yahoo.com, etc. It’s nice for personal email accounts. But if you’re thinking to create your business email account, go for your own domain that will look like email@example.com, where example.com is your own website domain and replace xyz with admin, your name or anything you want. It looks more professional.
So, this article will teach you that how can you create an email account on your own domain but for this, it is necessary for you to have cPanel in your hosting package. This is because the article is all about creating a new email account on your own domain in cPanel only. So, cPanel is must to have in your hosting package to learn this tutorial.
Tutorial: How to Create Email Account in cPanel
Friends, just follow the steps provided in this tutorial to learn how to create a business email account on your own domain in cPanel.
So, the first thing you need to visit your cPanel that is mostly addressed at yourdomain.com/cpanel. Now, login to your cPanel account with your username and password provided by your web host.
In the cPanel, look for Email Accounts option that you’ll found in Mail widget (Widgets are movable that you can place anywhere in the panel).
Now, you just need to enter the name of your email associated with your domain and password. Finally, click 0n Create Account button. That’s all!
By following this way, your email account will be created on your own domain as shown in above screenshot. Now, you might be thinking that how can I go to the inbox of this email to check new mails. For this, just see below on the same page and at the right side of your email address you’ll see More button. Click on this dropdown button and select Access Webmail.
As soon as you click on Access Webmail, you will be needed to enter your email account password that you’ve created in the previous steps and then redirected to the cPanel’s Webmail Main page.
Here, just select an email client to read your inbox messages. I use SquirrelMail to read inbox messages. So, I hope this article will enable to create your business email account at your own domain using cPanel. Feel free to contact me via comments on getting any issue while performing the above mentioned steps.
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