Changing your email password

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Things you need before you start:

  • - Your cPanel username and password
  • - Somewhere safe (such as a text editor) to copy your new password to

This short tutorial shows you how to change your email password

It is good practice to change your passwords regularly. But if you have any suspicion they may have been compromised, then you should do it straightaway. This article and video shows you how to do it

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How to change your email password

Step 1 - Go to your cPanel and access with your Username and password details.

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Step 1. Typical cPanel
Details may vary from domain to domain

Step 2 - Click on the email icon to find the list of email accounts and find the one you want to change.

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Step 2. Click on the email icon

Step 3 - Once you have found the right email account, you need to look for the icon that allows you to change the password and click on the link. This will give you the form with all the details. If you do not already have a strong password ready, then we suggest you use the password generator to generate a password. You will need to copy the new password to a safe place and confirm you have done so. Just click the button to complete the process and that is it, your password is changed.

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Step 3. Find the password icon
for the account you want to change

Step 4 If you do not already have a strong password ready, then we suggest you use the password generator to generate a password. You will need to copy the new password to a safe place and confirm you have done so. Just click the button to complete the process and that is it, your password is changed.

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Step 4. Change your password details

It is good practice to change your passwords from time to time and certainly to do so if you feel your account has been compromised in any way.

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Step 4b. Password pop-up
helps you to create a strong password
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