What is my cPanel username and password?
You can retrieve your cPanel username and password as follows:
- Login to your client area at http://www.nativespace.com.
- Click ‘My Hosting Packages’
- Alongside the relevant package click ‘View Details’
- Locate your cPanel login information under ‘Login Details’
Why can’t I access my cPanel?
most probably cPanel access ports are blocked on the side of your ISP, local computer, network, firewall or antivirus. In such cases you can use http://cpanel.example.com as it’s using HTTP port 80, which is available for everyone in the Internet. Also, you can check if a specific port is blocked using Telnet command.
How do I find my cPanel URL?
In the email, look for the following information: Your Control Panel – This is the URL to access your cPanel directly. Usually, this link ends with “:2083.” You will want to open that link in a new tab/window and bookmark the URL. Username – This is your cPanel username.
How do I change my cPanel Username and password?
Changing your cPanel password
- Log in to cPanel.
- In the PREFERENCES section of the cPanel home screen, click Password & Security:
- In the Old Password text box, type your current password.
- In the New Password text box, type the new password that you want.
- In the New Password (Again) text box, retype the new password.
How do I access my cPanel email from Gmail?
To do this, head over to Google Account sign up page. Fill in your name and then instead of entering a new email address click Use my current email address instead. Then enter the cPanel email address you have connected to your Gmail account, and choose a password. When you’re done, click Next.
What is cPanel used for?
cPanel is a popular control dashboard that helps you manage your web hosting server using a human-friendly web-based interface. It’s especially popular with shared hosts, where it’s the de facto solution provided by most affordable hosting providers.
Is cPanel free?
cPanel is not free. However, test licenses are available for new users. For information about a test license, please e-mail email@example.com. We do not recommend or support installing cPanel on your PC.
How do I log into my cPanel email?
Log in to cPanel. In the EMAIL section of the cPanel home screen, click Email Accounts. Under Email Accounts, locate the e-mail account that you want to access, and then click Check Email. Alternatively, you can use the URL http://www.example.com:2096, where example.com is your domain name, to access webmail.
How do I access afrihost cPanel?
Select the ‘Hosting’ tab. Under the ‘Shared Hosting’ section, select the domain you wish to access. Click on the ‘Website Manager’ button.
Follow the steps below to log into cPanel via URL directly:
- Go to your internet browser.
- Enter: cpanel.yourdomainname.co.za. eg: cpanel.afrihost.co.za.
- Enter the username and password.
How do I find my cPanel email password?
1) Login into your cPanel account. 2) Click on the option “Email Accounts” from the “EMAIL” section. 3) Click on the “Password and Authentication” link straight to the email address from there.
How do I reset my cPanel account?
How to reset your cPanel account?
- Create a backup.
- Delete all your addon/sub/parked domains.
- Delete all your files.
- Delete all your email addresses.
- Delete all FTP accounts.
- Delete all your databases and associated users.
How do I change my current account in cPanel?
Can I change my cPanel account username?
- Go to the Hosting List menu in the bar on the left. Click Manage next to the subscription:
- On the next page, chose the Change cPanel username in the Account Actions drop-down menu:
- Enter the new cPanel username and agree to the disclaimer: