Description: The article is about webmail login. You can learn how to setup an email forwarder in cPanel or Webmail. This allows you to send a copy of incoming emails to separate addresses. You can follow the steps to set up an email folder in cPanel and webmail.
Today I’m going to show you how to set up an email folder in cPanel and webmail. First,I’m going to show you how to create an email forwarder in cPanel,let’s go ahead and login to cPanel. Once you log in,we’re going to go to this mail section,under the mail section,we’re going to click the forwarders button,we can go ahead and click that.
When you do that,it’s going to bring you to this folders page at the top,we’re going to add a folder,you can click the add folder button,this is where you will enter the email address that you want to forward. In my case,I’m using the firstname.lastname@example.org,if you have other subdomains or other domains in your cPanel,you could select them by clicking the drop down box in the destination field.
You can enter the address that you want,I’m going to make one up. Once you have added the address that you want to go to,you could click the add folder button. There is a discard,it will send an error to the sender,you can select this. Instead of forwarding the email you want to,you can let the sender know that the email address is no longer valid,you can change the failure message by default.
It’s going to say no such person is address,but you could change that,you could contact them. They’re no longer here,that’ll be the actual part of the error,the person who sends to that address would get it.
In my case,I’m going to forward the email address to this other address so in that way it also has a copy of the emails. Once I’ve done that,I’m going to go ahead and click this add folder button,you’ll see that all emails are sent to username in example.com before testing user@example domain.com.
There’s the recipient of the folder,this is how you create a full order in cPanel. You have to have access to C panel to create one,I could go back and you could see that it has been listed. If you had multiple ones,you can see the multiple ones,those are the additional one. I’m going to log out from cPanel,I’m going to show you how to do this in webmail.
It’s very similar,let’s go ahead and log into webmail. You need to answer your full email address,you need to enter your username and your password. When you log in this webmail,you’ll see the three options,you’ll see the forwarding options,that’s what we’re going to click.
If you get automatically loaded into one of these because you have selected the enable auto load,you can use the back button to return to this page,let’s go ahead and do that. When you’re on this page,you can click the forwarding options button,when you do that,you’ll see this page. You can see the add button on the bottom,it’s very similar to the page we saw before in cPanel,it doesn’t have the domain folder section anymore.
You can go ahead and click the add forwarder,in this case you have logged into webmail for your email address,you could only do that for the current email address. C Panel has access to all of the addresses,if you need access to an additional address,you can do that in cPanel.
This is the address,that’s going to forward in the destination section into the address you want to forward to,in my test,I’m going to send it to admin a test domain.com,I made that up. I am going to click the add folder button to create that folder,you’ll see the email that has been sent to this address,we’ll forward to that address.
That means that the floor has been created,you can click the go back button and you’re finished now. Any email that comes in to this address will send a copy to that other address that we entered.
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