Account settings

The settings panel allows to configure the interface and manage the user account's data - including location, password, etc.

To change the settings, click on your name or on the user icon UserIcon at the top right corner of the navigation bar and select Settings:

  • Username > Settings


Location : allows you to choose the language (English or Italian) and the reference time zone for the control panel interface.

Password : allows you to change the password for accessing the control panel. This can also be generated automatically and randomly.

OTP Authentication : enables or disables two-factor authentication (OTP), thus adding an additional security measure to access the control panel. To use the OTP you will need to install the Google Authenticator application on your smartphone, or any other two-factor authentication app available on Google Play or Apple Store.

IP enabled : restricts access to the control panel only to certain IP addresses considered valid and trusted.

API : allows to enable or disable the management of the control panel’s functionality through API. To use this configuration, it is necessary to generate a validation token.


This section shows the limitations of your account and the maximum number of email accounts and archives you can activate.

- 1 means that you can activate an unlimited number of email accounts and archives.


In this section you can set up the reception of HTTP or email notifications for certain events.


Allows you to specify an URL where to receive an HTTP call when:

  • The space occupied by an email account is close to reach its total capacity or when it returns below an established threshold;
  • A new domain is created.

For more details on the use of Webhook see Qboxmail API Documentation

Email notifications

Allows you to direct warning messages to a certain email address if:

  • The storage space of an email account is almost full and when it has enough available space again.

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