How to create an Auto Responder in cPanel

Posted on 18/04/2015 by Neil Skoglund

Do you need to set up and Auto Responder for your email and don't know how? Follow our simple guide below.

First of all, you'll need to be logged into your cPanel account. Not sure how to login to cPanel Read our article on how to login to cPanel here.

Once logged into cPanel, in the "Email" section, click the "Auto Responder" icon.

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A new page will be opened, then click "Add Auto Responder"

In the Character Set drop-down menu, select a character set for the email. (UTF-8 is the most commonly used and recommended.)

Set your interval speed to the required speed you desire - this is the time which the responder will wait when responding to an email address which has already emailed you, for example, if friend@domain.com emails you twice in an hour, it will respond both times, unless you set an interval.

Fill in your email and domain.

Next you will need to fill the "from" field.

Fill in your required subject and enter your desired message into the "Body" field.

Finally, fill in the start and stop duration and then hit "Create/Modify"

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