The Email Accounts page in cPanel allows you to Creating an email account for your domain. You can use the page to manage existing email accounts and access webmail.
Every cPanel account has one default mailbox, which is automatically created when your cPanel account is set up. Although you can send and receive emails through the default mailbox, we strongly recommend creating a custom mailbox instead. That’s because the default account is primarily a catch-all mailbox. Its job is to deal with emails sent to non-existent email addresses.
Create an Email Account in cPanel
Log in to the cPanel
The Create Email Account window will appear. Select the domain you want to use for the email account. If you have multiple domains in this account, you will be able to click on the drop-down menu to select another domain. If you use only one domain in the account, only that domain will appear and you can proceed to the next step.
The next option is to set the password for the email account. You can set the password here, or you can have an alternate email address that sends a link to the email account user so they can set their password. The Password option also has a Generate option that allows you to generate a random secure password.
The next option to configure is storage space. By default, the value is set to 500MB. This space is the amount of space the email account can take up on the server. You can set this to a specific number, or you can click on Unlimited.
Now you have a new address ready to send or receive messages.
Leave the “Send a welcome email with mail server configuration instructions” option checked. This is a sample of the configuration email you will receive after creating the account. check mails