You should know that Godaddy as a hosting company offers a webmail option. This is the first and most important step to take if you want to be able to reset the Godaddy Webmail password on any account. When you use this feature, you will find that you are granted permission by Godaddy to change or restore your account’s password. The only down side is that you will need to have administrator privileges to be able to do this, as it is required for various features. If you do not have these privileges, it would be better for you to not utilize the feature.
The reason why you have to use Godaddy to reset the password of your account is because they are the most widely used and therefore, they have the database on that account which includes all the passwords. Once you try to access the Godaddy control panel, you will find that you are not able to access the Godaddy server. This is because you have to have administrator privileges to do so. If you are one of those who do not have such privileges, then you will have to either create a user account or a Plesk Control Panel to be able to access the server. We strongly recommend that you create a user account, especially if you are new to Plesk. It is easier to reset the password of your account using a user account.
How to reset the password of your account:
There are actually two ways in which you can reset the password of your Godaddy account.
1. In one method, we are going to talk about how to reset the password of the email based on the information found in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER folder of your computer. This folder usually resides in the control panel, under the subkeywords of “IDS”. If you have not installed the Microsoft Outlook Express program, then you will not see this folder due to it being hidden.
To be able to reset the password of your account, you need to be in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER folder and then you will be able to find the mailbox of the owner of the email account. You will need to look for the file called “Messenger”. Open the Messenger folder, which is located next to the Webroot folder. Once you are there, you should see an icon for Microsoft Messenger as a subkey. You can double click on this icon to open the sub menu of Messenger and from there, you will be able to view the password of your account.
2. The second method on how to reset the password of your account involves a program such as “Advanced Account Repair” that is available on the web. You can download this program from the web. It is important that you download the latest version of this tool because while some versions of the software are able to reset the password of your account, some versions are only able to repair a few small errors on your account. You are advised to make backups of all the documents you want to reset before you use this tool so that you can easily restore them when you are done repairing your Godaddy webmail account.
To use this tool, you have to first download the software, install it and then let it perform a scan of your Godaddy email account. It will automatically detect all the password problems on your account and then it will fix the problems. It will then offer you a choice to either reset the password of your account or save the changed password to a different location so that you can use it again if you want.
If you are the owner of more than one email account at Godaddy, you can combine the passwords of your account and use the advanced options of password reset to combine them. You can then click on the ‘Reset Email Address’ option from the main menu of the application to reset the password of your account. To do this, you have to type in your email address and click on the ‘Search’ button on the following page. You will need to fill out all the required fields including your primary email address, the password for the other accounts you are associated with and the location where you want to reset the password for your account.
Once you are done entering all this information, a window will then pop up on the right side of the screen. Click on the box marked ‘Please confirm’ and you will be asked to click on the next button in order to start the reset process. A progress message will appear on your screen while the reset process is being completed. This process will take some time, depending on the number of email accounts you have and the number of password reset codes you are giving out to your different accounts.