How to create an official website emails




Have you ever wondered how a webmail like ‘info@mywebsite.com’ is being created? If that’s the case, don’t worry. Here in this publication, I’m to walk you through the processes on creating your own official E-mails. If official Email addresses are added to your sites contact us page, customers easily believe your company’s credibility. If your official emails are still the Gmail and Yahoo as a company that have a website, and you wish to create official emails for your company; then use this tutorial to your benefit and start using your customized email addresses.




The most commonly created webmail is the popular ‘info@’. Aside from this type of email address, we are also going to see how to even attach your names when creating a webmail like victor@nollytech.com. Examples of official Webmail addresses are: info@mywebsite.com, support@mywebsite.com, sales@mywebsite.com, noreply@mywebsite.com and so on.

How to create a Webmail

Creating a webmail requires that you have a Cpanel hosted account. Also, be sure that your hosting company made provisions for webmail services.

– Login to your website’s control panel. Open your browser. On the Address bar, type in your website’s url followed by a forward slash (/) and cpanel. Example, www.mywebsite.com/cpanel and press the enter button on the keyboard.

– Enter your Cpanel username and password. When you’ve correctly entered the details, either click Sign in or just press the Enter key on your keyboard to log in.

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– If you’re already in the Control Panel dashboard, locate and click on ‘Webmail’ from the Mail category. This action opens the Webmail page.

– Here you are! you are just a step away from creating a webmail. Enter your desired username in the option provided. Example, ‘Support’ and the outcome would be support@mywebsite.com. Enter your desired password in the field specified. Use the password indicator as a guide to create a strong password. Alternatively, you can use the password generator button to generate a strong password for email accounts.

N.B: Make your password is very hard to guess but easy for you to remember. Combining your passwords with figures, uppercase and symbols is a great way to create strong passwords.

Click Create Mail button. Now you can create as many email accounts as you wish. But this can only be possible if your hosting company allows you to create more. Usually, When buying a hosting a hosting plan for your website, they specify the number of E-mail accounts that can be created with the plan of your choice. If your intention was to create as many email accounts, I will suggest you get the plan that supports it.




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How to access your Webmail

Now that you’ve successfully created your official email accounts, emails can now be sent to these addresses. When it’s time to check your emails, simply follow this procedure. Open your browser and on the address bar, type in your website’s address followed by a forward slash (/) then webmail and press Enter key on your keyboard; example www.mywebsite.com/webmail. If it prompt you for credentials, which of course it will, enter the email address you wish to check; example, info@mywebsite.com and the password, then click Sign in. The next screen will show the three webmail services with which you can use either to access your mail.

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You can set either to automatically load your emails by clicking the auto-load link at the bottom of each mail service. Here you can set the number of seconds you wait before it loads.

Click any of the Mail services, e.g. Horde. Wait while it loads your mails. Congrats!

If you’ve been following this tutorial from the start, you have now learnt how to create official email accounts for your website.

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