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cPanel Access


How do I Access My Account Control Panel?


You may access the cPanel of your HostMonster account using any of the following: In all login options above, enter the primary domain or username of the account and its main password to gain access.

Note: Your account username can be found in the Account Setup Confirmation Email that was sent to you when your account was initially setup. If you did not receive the Welcome Email, please contact us via Phone, Live Chat or by Opening a Ticket and we will send it to the contact email address listed on the hosting account.

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