Some users wants to shared their multidomain capability of their hosting account with their friends but limit by the “single” login to the Cpanel. Meaning, if the owner doesn’t wants to share the cpanel login to other user/admin. He or she will not able to create email account by themselves.
I have found a solution from web, a PHP script that will automate the email account creation without login into CPanel.
The script should work on most CPanel control panel with some modification to theme. I have tested it on Hostmonster and it works perfectly.
The script above no longer works . Please refer to https://sourceforge.net/projects/cpanelemail/ for updated script. (thanks to xphantoman)
Read the readme file in the archieve for instruction.
Note : the $skin variable in the config.php file. Check your cpanel url on browser for the correct value IF you are not using hostmonster.
e.g. If your Cpanel control panel looks like
the $skin variable should set to
Question : How does one c-panel work with multiple domains? I currently have a re-seller account with another host but only because at the time it was less expensive to host my multiple domains that way.
Can I do everything with multiple domains and only one c-panel that I can do with my reseller account and multiple c-panels?
Answer : The only difference is that you only get the one cpanel login so you can’t give someone else access to cpanel to look after one of the domains without giving them access to everything.
Question : Someone is sending spam and using my email address as the return path. I am getting 100′s of 550 error messages returned to my inbox. Any suggestions on how to correct this without deleting my email address?
There is effectively nothing you can do about this, except to wait for it to stop.
Forging a return address on email is no more difficult than writing a letter, putting it in an envelope, putting someone else’s return address on the upper left corner, and dropping it in a mailbox.
If you’re using an email client program like Outlook to fetch your messages, you could set up a rule that looks for something in the subject line, for example, that identifies these bounce messages, and moves them all to a junk folder, for easier deletion.
Usually, the spammers don’t keep using the same address for too long – if they did, they’d start getting blocked. So, they switch spoof addresses pretty regularly, and your bulging mailbox should return to normal.
Also, check your website for any security holes, spammer may have used your scripts’ security bug to send spam.