The Mail area functions allow a user to configure many
different aspects of their domain's email accounts. This includes creating and
removing e-mail accounts, configuring forward rules, managing spam filters, etc.
- Email Accounts - here you are able to
create e-mail accounts, define passwords and quotas for them. You can separately
manage the e-mail accounts for a chosen domain.
- WebMail - here you can access the two
web mail programs (Horde and Squirrelmail) included in cPanel. These programs
will allow you to read your email through a browser window without having to
make any changes to your local computer.
- BoxTrapper - Protect your inbox from
spam by forcing all people not on your white list to reply to a verification
email before they can send mail to you.
- SpamAssassin - is an automated email
filtering system that attempts to identify spam messages based on the content of
the email's headers and body.
- Forwarders - using e-mail forwarders
will allow you to send copies of all your messages from one e-mail account to
another. You can also send the messages from all the accounts with one domain to
the corresponding ones with another domain.
- Auto Responder - setting auto
- Default Address - feature will
"catch" any mail that is sent to an invalid email address for your domain.
- Mailing Lists - Can simplify sending
messages to a large group of people. You can add a group of email addresses to a
mailing list to avoid typing in those addresses each time a mailing is
- User Level Filtering - here you can
manage filters for each user. Each user filter is processed after the main
- Account Level Filtering - allows you
to manage the filters for the main account. There you can also test the existing
- Email Delivery Route - allows you to
view how the mail server will treat a message when sending to or delivering to a
- MX Entry - This allows you to have
the email from one domain delivered to another domain. Changing your MX entry
will change your sites DNS record for MX.
- Email authentication - This aids in
the effort to equip messages of the email transport system with enough
verifiable information, so that recipients can recognize the nature of each
incoming message automatically.