cPanel: Adding an email account.

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cPanel is one of the most common platforms around when it comes to web hosting.  There are many hosts that use cPanel the screens in this article are taken from the BlueHost version.  The steps should remain very similar with subtle differences being in groups and the icons used to represent the items.  These fairly simple steps should help anyone who is just getting into domain hosting.  Little tips like this I hope will save who ever uses time and money, it is afterall one less call to tech support.  The login page for your cPanel Control Panel should be provided to you by your webhost.  Check with your provider if you are unsure how to locate it or login.

Step 1 Email Accounts
Step 2 Fill in information
Step 3 Complete and setup
Step 4 verify and test
Step 5 Other Information
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