Use the Address Importer interface to import files in order to create multiple email addresses or forwarders simultaneously.
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interface allows you to use two types of files to create multiple email
addresses or forwarders for your account simultaneously. You may use
Excel spreadsheet files (
.xls) or comma-separated values sheet (CSV) files (
.csv) to import data.
To create the import file, add a series of email addresses and passwords to your spreadsheet or plain text file. For each account forwarder, use a separate row in the spreadsheet or a new line in the plain text file to separate the information for each account or forwarder.
Import the following information for each address or forwarder:
email@example.com). You are not required to include the domain portion of the address (in the previous example,
@example.comrepresents the domain portion of the email address).
10indicates 10 Megabytes).
.csv file is a plain text file with the
.csv extension. When you use a
.csv file, separate your email addresses and passwords consistently. Use commas (
,), periods (
.), or any other character (delimiter), to separate the information that you wish to import for each account.
.csv file will resemble the following example:
firstname.lastname@example.org, Password, 10
email@example.com, Password, 10
firstname.lastname@example.org, Password, 10
Import the file to create the accounts. cPanel uses the information in the file to create all of the accounts automatically.
To import the file, perform the following steps:
domain, use the menus above each value to assign
passwordto Password, and
Click Import More to return to the first screen of this interface and import additional addresses.