CPanel will not open from my account manager.

This happens when we upgrade clouds and in some cases a dedicated IP or an account is not synced yet. The fix is easy though, just add a /cpanel after your domain. For example if your domain name is: 

your-main-domain.com

You can access cPanel directly with this address in your browser.

your-main-domain.com/cpanel/

You can also do this with the Web Host Manager or Webmail like this:

your-main-domain.com/whm/

your-main-domain.com/webmail/

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