What does cPanel's Email Filters feature do?
The Email Filters feature in cPanel is a web interface which allows the users of cPanel to set up filters for their e-mail accounts for each domain and subdomain. You can set certain words or phrases from any incoming mail to be caught by the filter and you can set rules as to how the system handles the incoming mail.
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What does cPanel's Global Filters feature do?
The Global Filters feature located in cPanel Control Panel allows users to set up how the server sorts out the e-mails received on the e-mail accounts of the user's domain name.
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What does cPanel's Track Delivery feature do?
The Track Delivery feature in cPanel Control Panel is a web interface which allows cPanel users to view reports about failed e-mail delivery attempts. The feature gives users the opportunity to track the course of message delivery as well as to trace the path of a message's delivery. The feature is very useful when it comes to tracking message delivery issues.
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What does cPanel's Mailing Lists feature do?
The Mailing Lists feature of cPanel is a web interface which allows the users of cPanel send e-mails to several e-mail addresses at once using just a single address.
You can create a mailing list and give it a specific name and password as well as set a specific domain name for the mailing list. After creating successfully the mailing list the users can easily manage, modify and delete it. &... read more
What does cPanel's Default Address feature do?
The Default Address feature of cPanel is a web interface which allows cPanel users to set up a default e-mail address which will catch all the e-mails, which were sent to a wrong or in other words invalid e-mail address for a certain domain or a subdomain. The feature allows all cPanel users to choose how they want their incoming e-mails to be handled by the default address feature.
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What does cPanel's Autoresponders feature do?
Autoresponders is a feature in cPanel which allows its users to create automatic response messages for certain, if not all, e-mail accounts. The automatic message respond will be sent at a certain time, upon receiving an e-mail in the message box of the account, which has set the autoresponder.
This feature is very useful when the recipient is unavailable for a certain period of time. This way th... read more
What does cPanel's MX Entry feature do?
The MX Entry interface in cPanel Control Panel allows cPanel users to direct the incoming emails for a certain domain name to a specific server of their choosing. Through the MX Entry or Mail Exchanger Entry users can create and control the MX Records and thus make changes in the DNS Zone Records.
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What does the Forwarders feature in cPanel Control Panel do?
The Forwarders feature in cPanel Control Panel is an interface which allows cPanel users to configure their e-mail accounts to forward copies of received e-mails from a specified e-mail account to another specified e-mail account. This feature is very useful if the user wants to manage the incoming mail of multiple accounts.
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What does cPanel's Directory Privacy feature do?
The Directory Privacy in cPanel is a feature which allows cPanel users to protect certain parts of their account simply by setting a password for specified directories within said account. Once enabled, the feature allows only those users who have the correct password to gain access to the restricted directory. Those users will be prompted to provide a username and a password.
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What is cPanel's File Manager?
The File Manager in cPanel Control Panel is a handy web interface which allows all cPanel users to directly administrate all the files which are located within their web hosting account. Through cPanel's File Manager, the cPanel users can easily upload files directly to the server as well as to create new directories and subdirectories within their account.
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How can I access my cPanel Control Panel account?
You can access your cPanel account using one of the following methods:
ServerName.com/cpanel (here you should switch ServerName.com with the name of the server on which your hosting account is located)
cpanel.ServerName.com (here you should switch ServerName.com with the name of the server on which your hosting account is locat... read more
Why can't I log into my cPanel account?
There are several reasons as to why you aren't able to access your cPanel account. You can find some of them in the list below:
You wouldn't be able to access your cPanel if your account has been suspended for some reason.
You would not be able to access your cPanel account if the password you are typing in is incorrect, so carefully type your password and don't forget about t... read more
Definitions and Meaning: cPanel and WHM
cPanel is a server Control Panel, usually provided to the clients by the web hosting provider. It is available on Linux-based servers. Its easy-to-use interface allows clients to manage their bandwidth, e-mail accounts, FTP accounts, databases, files, software, stats and so on. ETNHost provides cPanel for FREE (included in the price) for the following web hosting services: Shared Hosting; Enterpri... read more