If you are hosting your domain under the WebSitePanel, then you must feel the need to create a domain email to receive emails from your clients and customers. If you are facing an issue in creating the domain email such as firstname.lastname@example.org, you will have to delete and recreate your domain to remove www from your domain email.
Remember, a domain will not be deleted simply from the control panel because there is a whole website running under it. Now, follow this tutorial to learn how to delete and recreate the domain email in a proper way and remove www from your domain email.
Note: First of all, always register the domain name without www and use yourdomain.com to take the place of www.yourdomain.com.
Then, please scroll down the page and you will find this. Now click “Delete” and please don’t check the white box!
Now, go to the WebSitePanel home, and click on “Domains” icon.
In the new page, you will get the domain list. Please click the specified domain name and you wll be guided to the following page. And then, click the “Delete” button.
It’s time to add a new domain without “www”. After you click “Add Domain”, here will be two options show up, they are “Domain” and “Sub-domain”, please select “Domain”.
And then, you will see this page, Enter the new domain name without “www” and check “Create Web Site” and “Enable DNS”, click “Add Domain” at the end.
Now, go to the WebSitePanel home, and click on “File Manager” icon. Then, you will find two folders named “proteus-test.com” and “www.proteus-test.com”. What we have to do now is to copy all files from “www.proteus-test.com” to “proteus-test.com”.
To copy files, please go to “www.proteus-test.com\wwwroot” and select all files and then click “Copy” button, you will get a box. Please select the specified directory: proteus-test.com\wwwoot and click “Copy” button.
When all files copied, please back here and delete the folder “www.proteus-test.com”.
All things has done for now, you can create email accounts with “proteus-test.com” not “www.proteus-test.com”, please have a try!