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Setup Autoresponder in cPanel webmail

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Set Up Email Responder in cPanel webmail

The autoresponder feature in your email settings allows you to automatically send a response when an email is sent to a specific email address. This feature can be useful in various situations, such as when you are on vacation and want to inform people emailing you about your return date. It can also be used for customer service purposes, notifying your customers that their email has been received and they will receive a response soon. To set up an email responder in your webmail account, please follow the steps below.

1) Log in to your webmail account. You can log in by accessing:

Replace with your domain name.

2) Click on the dropdown menu of your email address at the top-right corner. Then, select ‘Autoresponders’.

Set Up Email Responder In Cpanel Webmail

3) Click on the ‘Add Autoresponder’ button.

Set Up Email Responder In Cpanel Webmail

4) A new window will open where you can configure the Email Responder.

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Set Up Email Responder In Cpanel Webmail

Character set: Select the character set you wish to use from the drop-down menu.

Interval: Specify the time interval between responses to the same email address.

Email: Enter your email address.

From: Specify the name that the auto-response will appear from.

Subject: Enter the content you want to set as the auto-responder subject, for example: ‘Tom is currently unavailable. Will contact you soon’.

HTML checkbox: If your autoresponder body contains HTML, select this checkbox. Otherwise, you can leave it unchecked.

Body: Enter the body of your autoresponder email.

Start: Select the start time.

Stop: Select the stop time.

Finally, click on the ‘Create or Modify’ button to save the changes. A popup message will appear confirming that you have successfully created the email responder.

If you need any further assistance, please contact our support department.

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