inside the mind of a linux admin

enable/disable webmail access for a particular user

Yes, you can disable one or more of the Webmail packages on specific accounts or domains:

SSH into the server as root and edit the file:

/var/cpanel/users/username

Now, if you want to disable all webmails then add below lines:

skiphorde=1
skipsqmail=1
skipneomail=1

Restart cPanel using /etc/init.d/cpanel restart

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