The Email section in cPanel allows you to manage the email related functionality for your domains associated with your account.
In this article we will briefly cover each option and its corresponding icon.
Here you can manage and setup email accounts for domains associated with your cPanel account.
This interface allows you to set email forwarders.
Through this interface you can set or change your MX record entry, add a new MX Entry, or select which type of Mail Exchanger to use.
You can configure an email account to send automated email messages.
You can use this interface to set the default email address, this is useful to catch any message that is sent to an invalid email address.
As the name implies, you can use this interface to create a list of multiple email addresses to send messages to.
This interface allows you track the delivery route of an email.
Here you can create and manage filters for your main email account.
Create and edit email filters for an email address associated with your cPanel account.
This interface allows you to enable authentication methods, such as DKIM and SPF.
You can use this interface to import Email accounts or Forwarders.
Through this interface you can enable SpamAssassin and configure its filters.
Enable GnuPG to encrypt email messages using the public key approach.
This interface provides information to aid in the configuration of CalDAV and CardDAV clients so that you can access your Calendar and Contacts remotely.