How to install and configure MailChannels in cPanel

This guide will help you to install MailChannels on CentOS 7 cPanel Server let’s get started

Execute the following script to install the MailChannels Cpanel plugin

[root@cloud ~]# wget && bash mailchannels-cpanel-v3-installer 


[root@cloud ~]# wget && bash mailchannels-cpanel-v3-installer
--2021-03-09 22:55:50--
Resolving (
Connecting to (||:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 1801 (1.8K) [binary/octet-stream]
Saving to: ‘mailchannels-cpanel-v3-installer’

100%[=============================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================>] 1,801       --.-K/s   in 0s

2021-03-09 22:55:50 (271 MB/s) - ‘mailchannels-cpanel-v3-installer’ saved [1801/1801]

Starting MailChannels cPanel Plugin v3 installation...
Downloading latest plugin version.
Running /usr/local/mailchannels/bin/
Checking for WHM access hash existence...
Creating access hash...
Access hash successfully created
Registering hooks...

Added hook for Whostmgr::Accounts::Create to hooks registry
Added hook for Cpanel::UAPI::SubDomain::addsubdomain to hooks registry
mailchannels registered

Version 3.7.0 of the MailChannels plugin has been successfully installed.
[root@cloud ~]#

Installing the MailChannels Plugins Log in to WHM UI > Click Plugins > MailChannels

When you click on the MailChannels plugin, a new browser tab will open to display the plugin interface. If you haven’t yet configured your MailChannels API key, you’ll need to do that within

MailChannels cPanel
MailChannels cPanel

MailChannels Service IPs added to allow list in the firewall and added to Exim Trusted SMTP IP addresses as well

Exim Configuration Manager

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