CPanel Email Management Tutorial Part 2

Welcome back to the final part of our blog series on cPanel, where we dive deeper into the world of managing emails. In this installment, we will be focusing on one crucial aspect: accessing and navigating cPanel emails for our clients. Whether you’re an aspiring web developer or a seasoned professional, understanding how to effectively handle cPanel emails is a must-have skill in today’s digital landscape. In the following guide, we will teach you through the process of accessing and managing cPanel emails with ease.

Cpanel Walkthrough

The Email Accounts list

Creating an Account

To create a new account, click the Create button indicated.
Choose the domain and type your desired Username and Password.

Checking Emails

Press the Check Email button if you want to read the emails from an account.
Here is the UI for checking emails

Managing Emails

Select the Manage button
Here, you can set a new password and update the storage.
In our case in nucleiotechnologies, we are updating the storage when the bar becomes orange with an increment of 100 mb, 200 mb, 500 mb, 1 gb, 2 gb, 3 gb subsequently.
After filling up the information needed, you can now Update the Email Settings.
Note: The Delete Email Account is nearby so becareful in this page.


To create a new account, simply click on the Create button and choose your desired Username and Password within the indicated domain. If you wish to read emails, click the Check Email button. For managing emails, access the UI by selecting the Manage button. In this section, you can update your password and storage settings. Once you have provided all the necessary information, proceed to update the Email Settings. Keep in mind that the Delete Email Account option is located nearby, so exercise caution while navigating this page.

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