How to setup an autoresponder in cPanel

This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel, and are starting on the home screen.

Now let’s setup an autoresponder.

Click the Autoresponders icon.

This is where you create autoresponders for your email addresses. Autoresponders send messages back automatically, to anyone who sends an email to a specified address.

Enter an interval value, then enter an email address you want to set an autoresponder for.

An interval of 8 hours means the autoresponder cannot send more than 1 email to an address within an 8 hour period.

Now complete the rest of the autoresponder email.

When finished, click Create/Modify.

That’s it! The autoresponder has been setup.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to setup an autoresponder in cPanel.

Now when someone sends an email to John, the Out of Office email will automatically be sent to them.

 

 

June 28: Create a summer-themed window display contest with customer voting.

June 23: Offer a discount to customers who share a photo with your product.

June 24: Host a “Meet the Makers” event with local artisans or producers.

June 25: Provide a free service or consultation day.

June 26: Start a weekly summer blog series with tips related to your business.

June 27: Offer an exclusive discount to your email subscribers.

June 28: Create a summer-themed window display contest with customer voting.

June 29: Give back to the community with a portion of the day’s sales going to a local charity.

June 30: End the month with a customer appreciation event.

Remember, the key to successful marketing is consistency and engagement. Use these ideas as a starting point and adapt them to fit your unique business and community. Happy marketing!

Feel free to adjust these ideas to better suit your business’s specific needs and goals. Good luck with your June marketing!

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