Setting your default e-mail address
Any e-mail that is sent to an unknown account at your domain name, such as firstname.lastname@example.org, gets automatically rerouted to your default e-mail account. All web site accounts are automatically assigned a default e-mail address - email@example.com - which you can change, if required.
To set your default e-mail address:
- Click on the Default Address link in the Mail area of cPanel.
- Click on the Set Default Address link.
- Enter the complete e-mail address of the new default in the field next to your web site name drop-down list.
Note: You can enter :blackhole: to throw away all incoming mail, or :fail: no such address here to bounce the e-mail back to the sender.
- Click on the Change button. Your new default e-mail address has now been set.
Suggestion: We recommend that you choose :fail: no such email address to limit the amount of spam
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