Use the Email Accounts interface to manage the email account for your domains.
Use the Forwarders interface to allow you to forward any incoming email from one address to another. For example, if your cPanel account owns both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, you could forward firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com and eliminate the need to check both accounts.
Use the Email Routing interface to route a domain’s incoming mail to a specific server.
Use the Default Address interface to set up a default address, or catch-all address, that receives any mail that users send to an invalid email address for the domain.
Use the Email Deliverability interface to identify problems with DKIM, SPF, and PTR records. These records make other mail servers more likely to accept emails that your users send.
Use the Address Importer interface to import files in order to create multiple email addresses or forwarders simultaneously.
Use the Spam Filters interface to configure Apache SpamAssassin™, an anti-spam platform with the ability to filter, identify, classify, and block unsolicited bulk emails.
Use the Archive interface to save incoming, outgoing, or mailing list emails for a specified amount of time.
Use the Configure Greylisting interface to manage Greylisting for each domain on your account. Greylisting defends email users against spam.
Email Disk Usage
Use the Email Disk Usage interface to view all of your mailboxes and quickly remove old emails or large messages.