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    SitePoint Enthusiast knojiyak's Avatar
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    How to make email Id with PHP in webmail?

    Dear Guys,

    I want to create email of my domain name using html form and php script.

    Please help me some one i so IMPORTANT for me.

    Thank you in advance.
    Last edited by Mittineague; Feb 1, 2014 at 11:03.

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    Can you clarify what you want? Is it basically a 'contact' form, so users of your web site can fill in their details and have that information sent to you by email?
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    Hello Sir,

    I want to create my domain name id using html form and php script without using of cpanel .

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    Still not sure - do you mean you want to create new email accounts from php? So basically write your own email account admin page?
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    Sir I want to make a email of my domain name like knojiyak@sitepoint.com.

    but i want to make it from a html and php.

    is it possible or not.

    Thank you
    Last edited by TechnoBear; Feb 2, 2014 at 11:26. Reason: Example delinked

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    Have you already purchased a domain name that you want to use?

    Do you already have a host for your website?

    If so, most hosts do have a section for configuring email address within the control panel for your hosting account.
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    SitePoint Enthusiast knojiyak's Avatar
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    Yes i Have domain name and hosting.

    but i want to make my all domain email address using html form and php script.
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    If you look at your ACP you might find something called "catch all". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catch-all
    In the context of e-mail, a Catch-all usually refers to a mailbox on a domain that will "catch all" of the emails addressed to the domain that do not exist in the mail server. Configuring a catch-all address can help avoid losing emails due to misspelling. However many email hosts no longer permit catch-alls since many spammers abuse the feature, spamming random email addresses.

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    Have a search for the cpanel API, a quick google reveals that methods are exposed for creating your own mailbox from php, if you have the permission to do it.
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