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How to Access Web Disk in cPanel

Web Disk account enables you to easily navigate, upload and download files between your computer and your web server. Using its drag-and-drop interface, you can access your website’s files as if they were stored on a local computer drive. How to set up a Web Disk account 1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. …

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How to Add a New User in cPanel

You can use cPanel’s User Manager tool to create additional user accounts for e-mail, FTP or Web Disk services. Here, we’ll explain how to create an account, set up their password and specify services that are available to that user. Accessing User Manager 1. Log in to your cPanel account. 2. Scroll to the Preferences …

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How to Check Website Traffic Statistics Using cPanel

cPanel includes AWStats, a program that displays traffic statistics for your domains, including: • Average monthly, daily and hourly visitor numbers • The links through which visitors access your website • HTTP codes • Visitor operating systems • Browser information • Visitor location To access AWStats follow these instructions. 1. login to cPanel. 2. Scroll …

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How do I view my email settings?

Select your control panel below for instruction on how to view you email configuration settings: I have a cPanel account I have a Plesk account How to view your mailbox settings in cPanel Log into cPanel Click Email Accounts Under Email Accounts locate your mailbox Click Set Up Mail Client next to your mailbox All you …

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How to create a mailbox in cPanel

This article explains how to create a new mailbox using cPanel. 1. Log into cPanel Your cPanel account can be accessed from the below links http://www.yourwebsite/cpanel or https://www.yourwebsite:2083 Replace ‘yourwebsite’ with your domain. 2. Click Email Accounts Under Add email account enter the following Email: this will be the address you would like to set up for example …

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