How to Import Email Addresses into cPanel


In this article, you will learn how to Import Email Addresses in to cPanel, in order to import your list of email addresses, the list has to be either a (.xls) Excel spreadsheet or a (.csv) Comma Separated Value file.

Importing Email Addresses into cPanel

  1. Log in to cPanel and in the Email section.
  2. Click the Address Importer icon.
  3. Address Importer page will appear, click the Choose File button.
  4. Click the Next button.

  • If you upload a (.xls) file, you will see the option, “Treat first row as column headers.” If the first row of your spreadsheet is column headers, make sure the option is checked.
  • If you upload a (.csv) file, in addition to the “Treat first row as column headers” option, you will also have a “Select Delimiter” option.

The next page will display a list of the addresses that were in your uploaded list. Here you can change the header for each column if necessary. There is also an option to “Select the domain for the users in the list.” If your cPanel account only has one domain attached, there’s no need to change the setting. If you have multiple domains in cPanel, make sure the domain in the drop-down matches the addresses you are importing. 5. Then, click the “Next” button. 6. Click the “Finish” button. If it is incorrect, click the “Go Back” link under the list.

Importing Email Forwarders into cPanel

Importing a list of email forwarders is the same as the process above, but the address list that you import is formatted slightly differently. It’s still one address per line, but here the forwarder address is followed by the forward-to address:

  • And in the first step, instead of “E-mail Accounts,” select the Forwarders option.
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Updated on December 17, 2020

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