Welcome to Lazer Hosting’s comprehensive guide to creating and tracking delivery in cPanel. Whether you are new to web hosting or just starting with cPanel, this tutorial will walk you through every step and help you understand the importance of this feature. Why Use the Track Delivery Feature in cPanel? Tracking the delivery of emails is crucial for many website owners and businesses. By utilizing the track delivery feature, you get real-time insights into what happens to an email after it’s sent. Is it delivered successfully, or did it bounce? Knowing this can help troubleshoot issues or simply offer peace of mind that important communications reach their intended recipients. Benefits of Using Track Delivery in cPanel: Real-Time Monitoring: Track the status of emails in real-time, ensuring they are delivered successfully. Troubleshooting: Identify and resolve potential email delivery issues. Transparency: Understand the route an email takes, from the server to the recipient’s inbox. How to Create and Use Track Delivery in cPanel: Log in to Your cPanel Account: Navigate to the provided URL https://67-227-23-233.lazerhosting.com:2083 and enter your credentials. Locate the “Track Delivery” Option: Once inside the cPanel dashboard, scroll down to the 'Email' section. Here, you’ll find the 'Track Delivery' option. Enter the Details: Once you click on 'Track Delivery', you'll see various fields. a. Recipient Email: Enter the email address you want to track. b. Sender Email: This field is optional. Use it if you wish to narrow down the results based on the sender. c. Delivery Time: Here, you can set a specific time frame, allowing you to view emails sent during that period. View Results: After entering the necessary details, hit 'Run Report'. You’ll see a list of emails, their status (whether delivered, deferred, or failed), and detailed logs. Understanding the Options and Results: Success: This indicates that the email was delivered successfully. A green tick will typically represent it. Deferred: If you see this status, it means the email hasn’t been delivered yet, but the system will keep trying. This is usually temporary. Failed: This indicates that the email was not delivered. You should look into the detailed logs to understand the reason. Logs: These are detailed textual representations of the email's journey. They provide insights into where the email was routed, any errors encountered, and other relevant information. Conclusion: Leveraging the 'Track Delivery' feature in cPanel is a proactive approach to email management. It ensures that essential emails are delivered successfully, allowing you to take immediate action if they aren’t. For any web administrator, blogger, or business owner, this tool is invaluable. Not only does it offer peace of mind, but it also provides actionable insights to enhance your email communication strategies. Still, need assistance or have queries about other cPanel features? Dive into more informative guides on our knowledge base or get in touch with our Lazer Hosting support team. We're here to help!