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How to Export Emails within cPanel

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Step 1: Login to the cPanel account that owns the email address you want to export.
On the main cPanel page, click the Email Accounts button.

26799fff26b61b7d80ea295ee59af730597b3951?t=f504f2a66843512fbe2692aafc0753b1 On the Email Accounts page, find the email address you’d like to export emails for then click Access Email.

Step 2: You should see a Webmail login page where you’ll need to enter the email address and password to login. Once you’re logged in, you will be presented with a page to choose your Webmail client.
Select Horde when presented. Once Horde is fully loaded you will see an interface similar to the following screenshot.

de4b78272f15a4c210c8916173e121f79ffdc0c6?t=33f00314f6fc14a4fdf9e0968650f177 Step 3: Within Horde, right-click Inbox and select Export from the list.

Step 4: Here you will see a popup with export options. Simply click OK to get the exported emails in MBOX format.

7c1c1b0e41127248022d14cd7524f486bb72dab6?t=0897d8868e1461cd9f8503138fc3a00b Once complete, you will see your browser downloading Emails in MBOX format. The MBOX file is a generic format used for backing up Emails. The MBOX format is essentially a plain text file with a wide range of support for various Email clients.

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