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Create/Add Email Accounts.
To setup an email address for your domain name is easily accomplished within your hostmonster Control Panel.
Create a new Email Address
- Login to your Control Panel.
- Click the Email icon.
- Enter the email address you desire.
- Enter a secure password and type it again.
- Click the Create Account button.
Your email address has been setup. You may close the confirmation message and begin using your email address.
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