Hosting CPanel Help
To access your web control panel directly:
1. Enter the address of your cPanel in your web browser. The address can be in any of the following formats:
https://www.your_domain.com:2083 (secure, preferred)
https://ip_address:2083 (secure, preferred)
Use your IP address if your domain is in the process of being transferred over.
2. Enter your user name and password in the User Name and Password fields.
3. Click on the OK button. You will now be logged into cPanel.
Note: Depending on your computer security settings you may be greated with a message that recommends not entering the login page. You will have to either click on "go there anyway" or you may have to click on a link below named "Advanced" in order to see the link that allows you to continue to the login page.
Click the link above to watch a short video on how to create what is called an Auto Responder. This is a way to create a fake email address that if anyone sends and email address to this fake address the email system will reply immediately with a "canned" message you created. This can be useful for sending some information that has value automatically have a form submission on your website. Just carbon copy the form submission email to your autoresponder address (be sure you form submission has the form submitters email address in the from field or your autoresponse will go to your web server) and the form submitter will get the information in email instantly.
Click the link above to watch a video on creating a new email account in your Hosting Account Control Panel (CPanel).
Click the above link to view a video on how to add an Email Forwarder. This is the best way to use a free email service like Google's Gmail or YaHoo mail to name a couple of many, but still have your email address be email@example.com. You create a new email address at your web domain, but all mail coming into the email server for that address is instantly rerouted to any other email address you want. So for example I could have a yahoo email account as firstname.lastname@example.org, but my new web site domain is widgets.com and I want an email address of email@example.com. By making a forwarding rule, all mail going to firstname.lastname@example.org gets delivered into my email@example.com mailbox.