Simple Step-By-Step guide on how to create a webmail

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Access cPanel


Step 1: Log in to cPanel

Open your web browser and go to the cPanel login page provided by Namecheap. The URL is typically (replace “” with your actual domain).


Step 2: Enter Your cPanel Credentials

Enter your cPanel username and password to log in.


Step 3: Navigate to “Email Accounts”

  • Once logged in, find and click on the “Email Accounts” icon or option within cPanel. This is where you can manage your email accounts.


Step 4: Create a New Email Account

  • Click on the “Create” button to start the process of creating a new email account.


Step 5: Fill in the Details

  • Complete the required fields:
    • Email: Enter the username for your email address (e.g., info for [email protected]).
    • Password: Choose a strong password for your email account.

After filling in your username and password, below, there will be a section named “Optional setting” click on the “edit settings” button on the right hand side of the screen to Choose the mailbox quota (the amount of disk space allocated to the email account). You can set a specific quota or choose an option like “Unlimited.”

Note: Leave the default setting as it is there.

Next, click the “Create” button to create your webmail account.


Step 6: Access Webmail

  • Return to the cPanel home screen and navigate to the “Email Accounts” section. Find the email account you just created and click on “Access Webmail.”


Step 7: Choose a Webmail Application

  • cPanel provides different webmail applications such as Roundcube, Horde, and SquirrelMail. Choose the one you prefer and click on its icon.
  • Preferably go with the option “Roundcube


Step 8: Log in to Webmail

  • Enter the email address and password you created in earlier steps to log in to your webmail account.

Watch the video below to learn:

How to access webmail with “Roundcube”


Watch the video below to learn:

How to change webmail password with “Roundcube”


Congratulations! You have successfully created a webmail account in cPanel. You can now use this account to send and receive emails through the webmail interface.

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