This is a guide on how to create your password, then login to the McAfee Control Console.
When you have McAfee Email Protection, there is a Control Console where you can view quarantined messages, and allow / block specific email addresses. The first time you login to the McAfee Control Console you must create a password, then you can login directly.

Creating a Password:

  1. Navigate to the McAfee Control Console:
    https://inmotionhosting.portal.mxlogic.com/
  2. Click the Forgot your password or need to create a password? option.
    Requesting to create password for the mcafee control console
  3. On the next screen, enter your email address, then click the Next button.
    requesting a password creation email
  4. After a few minutes, an email will be sent to you from McAfeeSaaSAdmin@mcafee.com that includes a link for creating a password. Click the link, you have 1 hour to use this link before it expires.
    mcafee password creation email link

  5. The link will take you to a password creation page:
    creating a password for the mcafee control console
    Enter your password in the 2 available fields, then click the Sign In button. You will then be taken to the Security Question page.
    choosing a security question for the mcafee control console
  6. Click the Security Question drop-down box, and select a question. Type your answer in the available field, then click the OK button. You will then be logged into the Control Console for McAfee.
    the mcafee control console

Login to the Control Console:

  1. Navigate to Control Console for McAfee:
    https://portal.mcafeesaas.com/
  2. Enter your email address and your password in the available fields then click the Sign In button.
    accessing the control console for the first time
    You will then be logged in to the McAfee Control Console.

Congratulations, now you know how to create a password and login to the McAfee Control Console as an Email user!
 
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