08 Jul

Compose an HTML Message in Web Based Mail

cPanel Webmail provides instant access to your email without the use of a local email client. You will need to login to cPanel and use the tool “Email Accounts” to view the username for your specific email account. The password needed to login should be already noted. If not, the password will need to be reset.

Visit the following URLs to access cPanel Webmail directly:

http://www.domain.com/webmail
http://www.domain.com:2095
http://webmail.domain.com

We provide three different web based mail client which you can use to access mails. The Three mail clients are:

Squirrelmail
Horde
Roundcube

The mail client will allow you to incorporate typical word processor functionality such as Bold, Italic, bullet points, images, font color, etc. By default HTML Compose options isn’t enabled and to enable it, follow the steps below for your preferred web based mail client:

Inside Roundcube:
1) Click the plus icon to create a new message
2) Select HTML from the “Editor Type” dropdown(available below Subject Line)

Inside Horde:
1) Click “New Message”
2) Enable “HTML composition” by ticking the option from right side.

Unfortunately, cPanel do not have HTML Composing enabled for Squirrelmail thus it is not available. We request our client to use Roundcube or Horde to have the ability to use HTML compose.

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