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    Member Overlord's Avatar
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    Can I install webmail on my website?
    I have it in my CPanel,but I'm sick of always logging into cpanel and then logging into webmail,so I just wanna create something like webmail.mydomain.com,and there people can login with their email addresses that I have previosly made in Cpanel...
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    I always thought webhosts already offer that. All of the webhosts I've used have it (webmail).


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    They have web mail in cpanel..but I want to have access to web mail with my website...something like webmail.domain.com
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    personally with the mail i have you can access it 2 ways.

    1. www.domainname.com/webmail
    2. (put these in your mail client) : mail.domainname.com <--for both incoming and outgoing, then put the relevant username info and hey presto, job done =)
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    Take a look at your dns settings, any decent hosting provider sets that up for you as a subdomain.

    The dns records will tell you where, if there is no MX record pointers, or smtp record pointers that resolve to a sub-domain, you'll probably have to get your hosting provider to tell you where to point it.


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