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How can I filter spam sent to my domain email address?

Tired of getting the same spam message over and over again? If you are receiving spam that all contains identical phrasing in the body or subject, or is coming from the same source, then Cpanel provides a way to filter these messages.

Log into Cpanel and in the "Mail" section, click "User Level Filtering."

Click the "Manage Filters" link next to the email address receiving the spam and then click the Create a New Filter button.

How do I setup domain email forwarding for my cPanel hosted domain?

To setup domain email forwarding follow the steps outlined below;

1. Login to cPanel using username and password. - instruction here
2. Click on the Mail icon.
3. Click on Email Domain Forwarding.
4. Click on Add domain Forwarder.
5. Add the domain you wish to forward to in the blank field.
6. Submit your change by clicking on Add Domain forwarder.

How do I check webmail for my cPanel hosted domain?

You can check your mail on a website with with a browser like Firefox or Chrome at the following URL;

yourdomain.com/webmail

(replace "yourdomain.com" with the actual name of your domain)

Please note that you will be asked to log in via a pop-up window. Enter your full email address and email password, then click OK.

Once you are logged-in, you will have the options to change your password, set forwarding, create an auto-responder and manage other options before you click the Flymail logo to check your email.

How do I get access to cPanel if my domain has expired or being hosted by a third party provider?

If your website is no longer being hosted with Web Networks either because you have migrated it to a third party provider or allowed your domain name to expire, you can still get access to the cPanel interface by directing your web browser to the following URL;

http://indra.web.net/cPanel

What is cPanel?

cPanel is Web.Net's domain management system. The cPanel management tool can be accessed via the web at http://yourdomain.com/cpanel (copy and paste that into your browser, but replace "yourdomain.com" with your actual domain name. You will be prompted for your user name and password. This was given to you when you signed up for your services and are the same credentials you use to log into your FTP account.

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