How to take full backup of your hosting space created in cPanel?

cPanel allows a facility of taking full backup of your web resources in a single module. Visit the following article to backup your web resources (full backup of your cPanel account):
FTP Clients Tutorials

However, you can also take this backup manually.

Backup of Emails:

To take the backup of your emails, you can configure your email accounts into an email client program and download all the emails ito your local system. Please check the following url to configure your email account with an email client software:
https://manage.accuwebhosting.com/knowledgebase/9/Email-Clients


Backup of Web-contents:

Using FTP Client software, you can Download your web contents into your local system. Visit the following article to create a FTP account:
https://manage.accuwebhosting.com/knowledgebase/1988/How-to-create-additional-FTP-accounts-in-cPanel.html

Visit the following article to configure FTP account with a FTP Client software and download your web contents:
https://manage.accuwebhosting.com/knowledgebase/113/Complete-FTP-guide-with-all-FTP-clients


Backup of your Database:

You can backup your database directly from the cPanel. Visit the following article to take backup of your MySQL database:
https://manage.accuwebhosting.com/knowledgebase/918/How-to-Take-MySQL-database-backup-from-cPanel.html

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