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What is the Address Importer Interface in cPanel?

Posted by Allura on 25 10 2019.

Introduction
The Address Importer interface lets users use two kinds of files to make more than one e-mail address or forwarders for your account at the same time. You can also use Microsoft® Excel® for its spreadsheet files (.xls) or comma-separated value sheet (CSV) files (.csv) to import the data.Creation of an Import File
If you wish to create the import file, make additions for a series of e-mail addresses and linked passwords to your plain text file or spreadsheet file. For forwarder for every account, make use of a new line in the text file or a different row in the spreadsheet to segregate information for every account or forwarder.For every address or forwarder, import the following information accordingly.The usernames, For instance, user1 or user@example.comHowever, the interface will not need the domain part of an address.This is for the import of email addresses.
By this, 10 denotes 10 megabytes.A…

Introduction

The Address Importer interface lets users use two kinds of files to make more than one e-mail address or forwarders for your account at the same time. You can also use Microsoft® Excel® for its spreadsheet files (.xls) or comma-separated value sheet (CSV) files (.csv) to import the data.

Creation of an Import File

If you wish to create the import file, make additions for a series of e-mail addresses and linked passwords to your plain text file or spreadsheet file. For forwarder for every account, make use of a new line in the text file or a different row in the spreadsheet to segregate information for every account or forwarder.

For every address or forwarder, import the following information accordingly.

However, the interface will not need the domain part of an address.

  • This is for the import of email addresses.
  • By this, 10 denotes 10 megabytes.

A plain text file with the .csv extension is called a .csv file. When you make use of a .csv file, segregate your email addresses and passcodes thoroughly. Put periods (.), commas (,), and any other specific characters (delimiters) to distinguish between the information that you want to import for every account.
Your .csv file will look like:

  1. user1@example.com, Password, 10
  2. user2@example.com, Password, 10
  3. user3@example.com, Password, 10

Import the File

To create the account, the file requires to be imported as cPanel makes uses of all the data in the files for the creation of an account automatically.

Follow the given steps to import a file.

  1. Select E-Mail Accounts or
  2. Select and click on Choose File to select the file to make an import.
  3. The character that you made use as a delimiter has to be selected. In case, you have made use of a delimiter that does not show in the list, then click on Other and enter that particular character in the Other
  4. Select and click on Treat First Row As Column Headers if you chose to place headers in the foremost row of the file.
  5. Click on
  6. The menus on top of each column are used to attach properties of every delimited value.
  7. Choose the domain for the accounts from the Domain menu at the bottom of the interface.
  8. Click
  9. Click
  10. Click Import More to return to the beginning of the interface and add additional accounts.

Conclusion

This document successfully explains the point of Address Importer Interface and states the procedures to enable the feature.