In this article, I am going to discuss how to access webmail in CyberPanel. I am using RainLoop to accessing the webmail. RainLoop is a simple, modern & fast web-based email client.
RainLoop webmail was designed with efficient memory use in mind, so it can work fine even on low-end web servers. Regardless of mailbox size and number of mails in it, memory use per active user is always kept at a minimum, even when very large mails are processed. This is why at CyberPanel we choose to ship Rainloop as default webmail.
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Step 1: Login to your CyberPanel Account
Enter username and password for the account where the domain is hosted, select language, and log in. If you have created multiple user accounts then you need to be careful to log in to the correct account.
After entering your user credentials you will see the page below:
Step 2: Select Email
Look for the ‘Email’ option on the left sidebar. Select ‘Create Email>>Select Website>>Create Mail’
Step 3: Access WebMail in CyberPanel
Look for the ‘Email’ option on the left sidebar. Select ‘Access Webmail’, After the click, it will redirect to the webmail (Rainloop) login page.
Here you enter the email and password of the email you just created in Step 2.
Step 4: Setting RainLoop
In RainLoop you have the following options in a setting which you can change according to your requirement.
- Default Text Editor
- Message on Page