Importing Email Accounts using a CSV or Excel File in cPanel

Importing Email Accounts using a CSV or Excel File in cPanel

The feature “Address Importer” in cPanel provides a useful option to import email accounts using a CSV or Excel file. This feature helps to migrate all email accounts from one server to another. This way you can create all the email accounts to a new server in one go.

CSV format

You can use the format as Email address, password, and quota of the mail address separated by a delimiter comma (,).

Sample CSV file format

Email, Password,Quota

test1@domain.com,23564,50

test2@gmail.com,78945,75

test3@gmail.com,85423,50

 

Excel Format

Sample Excel layout

Importing Email Accounts using a CSV or Excel File in cPanel

 

 

1) Login to cPanel.

2) Navigate to “Address Importer” under “Mail” section.

Importing Email Accounts using a CSV or Excel File in cPanel

 

3) Select ‘Email Accounts’ option and then choose the CSV or Excel file from your local machine.

Importing Email Accounts using a CSV or Excel File in cPanel

 

4) After choosing the file, you will see an option to select the delimiter and an option to select the first row as column headers.  You need to choose the delimiter and check the option “Treat first row as column headers” and click ‘Next”.

Importing Email Accounts using a CSV or Excel File in cPanel

 

5)  Select the domain for which these mail accounts are exported and click the button ‘Next’.

Importing Email Accounts using a CSV or Excel File in cPanel

 

6) Click ‘Finish’ to complete the import and once the import is done, cPanel will show the imported mail accounts.

You can follow the same steps in importing using Excel format.

If you need any further help please do reach our support department.

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