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cPanel E-Mail Manager

Use this plugin to manage e-mail accounts and mailing lists hosted on cPanel from the WordPress interface.

The WordPress cPanel E-Mail Manager plugin allows for the administration of cPanel e-mail accounts from the WordPress administration interface.

How It Works

The WordPress cPanel E-Mail Manager plugin accomplishes the following:

  • Create and remove cPanel e-mail accounts for WordPress users
  • Link existing WordPress users with existing cPanel e-mail accounts
  • Manage cPanel e-mail account quotas and passwords (Pro Version)
  • Create and remove cPanel mailing lists (Pro Version)
  • Send new e-mail account notifications to WordPress users (Pro Version)
  • Set global cPanel server credentials for WordPress Multisite (MU) setups with the professional version option (Pro Version)
  • Compatible with BuddyPress and Ultimate Member community plugins for new user registration (Pro Version)


The WordPress cPanel E-Mail Manager plugin allows WordPress site administrators to offer site users with e-mail accounts linked to their WordPress profile and managed within the WordPress interface.

Author InSync Business Group, LLC
Contributors (insyncbiztech)
Tags cpanel, email, hosting, list, management
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    Plugin Configuration Settings - Automation

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    Plugin Configuration Settings - E-Mail Domain and Notifications

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    Add New Account

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    List of Accounts

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    Link Existing Accounts

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    Manage Mailing Lists

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    Manage Mailing List Members

Option 1 - Search the WordPress Plugin Directory: 1). Login to the WordPress admin interface and navigate to Plugins -> Add New. 2). Use the search box and enter the term [cPanel E-Mail Manager]. 3). Click on the Install Now button next to the plugin details.

Option 2 - WordPress Upload: 1). Save the cPanel E-Mail Manager plugin zip file to your desktop. 2). Login to the WordPress admin interface and navigate to Plugins -> Add New. 3). Click on the Upload Plugin button at the top of the page and select the cPanel E-Mail Manager plugin zip file on your desktop. 4). Click the Install Now button to install the plugin.

Option 3 - Manual Upload: 1). Save the cPanel E-Mail Manager plugin zip file to your desktop. 2). Launch your FTP client and login to the WordPress directory. 3). Go to the plugins folder (/wp-content/plugins/) and upload the entire folder [cpanel-e-mail-manager] located in the cPanel E-Mail Manager zip file.

Follow the latest installation instructions for this product by viewing our KB:


  • Initial public release.


  • Bug fix for mailing list membership display.


  • Added ability to modify password on Add User page.


  • Increased complexity of cPanel passwords generated for accounts auto-created with WordPress.
  • Moved encryption salt to database to prevent overriding on updates.
  • Note: Upgrading to v1.2.3 will require you to re-enter your cPanel credentials.


  • Added ability to create and manage e-mail accounts not linked to current WordPress users.
  • Minor bug fixes.


  • Corrected security bug where non-admins could view plugin settings.
  • Added control for choosing to delete e-mail accounts when a linked WordPress user is removed. (Previous versions did this automatically)
  • Added capability for matching WordPress and cPanel e-mail account passwords during new user registrations. (Pro Version Only)
  • Added capability to display password fields for new user registrations (client-side) allowing users to create their own password. (Pro Version Only)
  • Added capability for disabling the WordPress New User generated e-mails. (Pro Version Only)
  • Minor bug fixes.


  • Corrected a bug with some installations using anonymous PHP functions.


  • Split plugin core files and professional version features into separate plugins.
  • Added special characters to password generator for stronger passwords.
  • Minor bug fixes.


  • Added front-end password update capability for BuddyPress installations.
  • Enforced password strength settings on front-end password update.


  • Added ability to set e-mail domain to other than the assigned site in an MU environment.


  • Updated copyright and company website references.


  • Added integration for Ultimate Member community plugin. (Pro Version Only)
  • Updated integration with BuddyPress community plugin. (Pro Version Only)
  • Added pagenation for account list.
  • Updated variable references for e-mail template. (Pro Version Only)
  • Added language translations for Dutch (nl_NL), French (fr_FR), German (de_DE), Italian (it_IT), Russian (ru_RU), Spanish (es_ES) and Turkish (tr_TR).
  • Minor bug fixes.


  • Corrected registration integration bug for Ultimate Member community plugin. (Pro Version Only)
  • Corrected WordPress MU cPanel account creation/deletion automation to use proper hooks for blog user additional and removal. (Pro Version Only)
  • Added ability to automatically add user's WordPress and cPanel e-mail addresses to cPanel mailing lists. (Pro Version Only)
  • Added ability to update WordPress user's e-mail address with the newly created cPanel e-mail address. (Pro Version Only)

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Supported Languages

Language translations are available for the following:

  • Dutch (nl_NL)
  • French (fr_FR)
  • German (de_DE)
  • Italian (it_IT)
  • Russian (ru_RU)
  • Spanish (es_ES)
  • Turkish (tr_TR)
Version 1.3.1

Requires WordPress version: 3.0.1 or higher

Compatible up to: 4.7.2

Last Updated 21 Dec 2016

Date Added: 20 Oct 2014

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