How to Migrate/transfer Emails from cPanel to cPanel?

You can migrate the whole cPanel account including emails using cPanel transfer tool. Click on this link to get the steps to migrate the whole account. However, in such cases where you find difficulties to migrate the Emails from one cPanel to another, you can migrate it separately.

Before Proceeding with the email migration, you will need to make sure that you change the MX Record to your new cPanel or the email will still receive to older account. Also, emails will be received at the older account until the DNS Propagate completely.

Following are the steps to migrate the Emails from cPanel to cPanel.

  1. Login to your source cPanel account.

  2. Click on File Manager Icon.



  3. Here, you will find all the files/folders. Right-click on Mail Folder and compress it.





  4. Download the zip folder of the l which you have created.

         Now, go to the Destination cPanel account and perform the below steps to restore your Emails.

  1. Login to your Destination cPanel account.

  2. Create all the email accounts at Destination cPanel as it was on source cPanel. You can use this article to create email accounts.

  3. Now, Click on File Manager Icon.



  4. Upload the mail zip file which we have created earlier and extract it in /home directory.





  5. Now, go to the webmail and verify all the emails inside email accounts.

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