Accessing Webmail Via cPanel

  • October 14, 2016
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How to access your email through cPanel

There are several ways to read your email. Normally, users will go to yourdomainname.com/webmail and login. 

Legacy DejaNET Clients with an email address that ends in dejanet.com such as [email protected] will login at dejanet.com/webmail with their full email address (such as [email protected]) and password. DejaNET Clients can choose to use one of the pre-installed and pre-configured webmail clients - Horde, Squirellmail, or RoundCube.

If your domain name has fully propagated, you can access your DejaNET webmail by typing any of the following URLs into your browser's address bar. In the examples below, substitute your primary domain name or addon domain name for example.com.

http://www.example.com/webmail

You can also access webmail by going through the default webmail port 2095:

http://www.example.com:2095

The following method does not work for addon domains:

http://webmail.example.com

Accessing Horde, Squirrelmail or RoundCube via Direct Link

As an alternative to going to webmail, you can utilize one of the three default webmail clients through direct URL. Enter one of the following URLs in your browser's address bar, replacing example.com with your primary domain name:

Horde:

https://www.example.com:2096/horde/index.php

SquirrelMail:

https://www.example.com:2096/3rdparty/squirrelmail/index.php

RoundCube:

https://www.example.com:2096/3rdparty/roundcube/index.php

Note: Due to the way the shared SSL works, you will have to accept the certificate warning to access the webmail interface after navigating to the URL provided above.

Logging into Webmail

Once you go to any of the addresses above, you will be prompted for your email address and password.

Note: You are not being asked for your cPanel username and password.

In the Email Address field, type your full email address (e.g. [email protected]).

In the Password field, provide the password which you provided when you created the email account.




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