How to log into my Client Area, cPanel and Webmail

As a Magic Hosting customer you will log into three main services:

1. Client Area

2. cPanel Control Panel

3. Webmail

Note: from the Client Area you can access not only cPanel, but have fast access to some of cPanel's most commonly used modules. You can even simply and quickly create an email address from within the Client Area.

1. Client Area

Once you have registered a domain name and purchased a Hosting plan with Magic Hosting we will create an account for you. This account can be accessed through and its link is located on the right-hand side of the top navigation bar, named "My Account".

The following article tells you What you can do on your Client Area account.
Please note: your Client Area login is NOT the same as your cPanel login.
Please follow the steps below to access your Client Area:

Login to Client Area / My Account by clicking on

1.2. Use the email and password details you used when registering an account with Magic Hosting on checkout, or refer to your "Welcome" email from us which contains your login details.

If you have forgotten your password and lost your welcome email, then please Request a Password Reset.

Note: You can also log in to your Client Area with your social media accounts if you have already linked any of them to your account. Please click on the following link to find out How to Log in to your Client Area with your Facebook, Google or Twitter account!

2. cPanel Control Panel

cPanel is a Linux based web hosting control panel that provides a graphical interface and automation tools designed to simplify the process of hosting a website.  It is an integral part of your web hosting account with us.

There are two ways to access your cPanel Control Panel, via your Client Area and your domain name.

We recommend using the Client Area to access, because it would be easier for you to access the Client Area and cPanel control panel from the same place.

2.1. Via the Client Area (No need of cPanel login details)

You can directly access cPanel from within your Client Area. Please follow the instructions below:

2.1.1. Login to the Client Area at

2.1.2. Click on the "My Account" tab located on the right-hand side of the top navigation bar. Then, select "My Services" from drop-down list.

2.1.3. On the next page, click on the row for the account (Hosting Plan) you want to log into.

2.1.4. From the left-hand side menu, under "Actions" header, choose "Login to cPanel" - this will redirect you to your cPanel Control Panel.

2.2. Via your domain name (Require cPanel login details)

You can access cPanal for your domain simply by adding /cpanel after your domain name.  For instance, - this will redirect you to the cPanel secure login URL.

You can then log in using your username and password.

If you don't remember your username or password, please refer to your "New Account Information" email or use the first method which does not need login details.

3. Webmail

You can access webmail for your domain simply by adding /webmail after your domain name.  For instance, - this will redirect you to the Webmail secure login URL.

Then, log in using the full email address of the mailbox concerned and its password.

You can also access your Webmail via your cPanel by referring to the email accounts section.

If you have any questions or run into any issues, please don't hesitate to open a support ticket and we'll be glad to assist you as soon as possible.
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