Customers that are on one of our cPanel servers can access their email configuration by using any web browser.
Simply goto: http://www.<yourdomain>.com:2095
The next page that comes up is a menu that lets you choose from many email control applications. The first row of icons will launch a web application of your choice that allow you to access your email much like Gmail or Yahoo mail. I personally prefer SquareCube or NeoMail, but they all perform about the same tasks.
The second row of icons launch additional email applications to : Change Password; Change Forwarding Options; Setup Auto Responders; Instruct in Configuring a Mail Client; Setup a BoxTrapper; Generate a report on Email Delivery Route; and Setup Email Spam Filtering.
The focus of this article will be on setting up auto reply responder, or sometimes called a vacation notice.
Click on the “Auto Responder” icon (or text) to launch the application. A list of current auto responders is listed (if there are any), and a button to “Add Auto Responder” near the top. Click on the “Add Auto Responder” button to create a new auto reply, or edit to change an existing auto reply.
In the Add Auto Responder page there is a form containing fields required to create an active auto reply.
First Choose a Character Set [ UTF-8 ]
Next set the interval. [ 12 ] – This is the number of hours that will pass before another auto reply is set to a same email author.
Finally fill in the balance of the fields with appropriate information to display as the reply (from, subject, and body).
Click the “Create/Modify” button to save the auto reply.
As always please contact Pinion Media if you have any questions with these instructions or need additional technical support.