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How can I log in to the Admin-Panel (web interface of the filter)?


Important: To be able to log in to the filtering system you will need an EUNETIC account and a booked EuropeanMX tariff (trial or paid).

Login via the customer area

First go to our website (https://europeanmx.eu/en/register) and log in with your e-mail address and password. In the filter management, please click on "Admin-Panel". The page will now switch to the admin panel (https://login.europeanmx.eu) and log you automatically in as administrator.


Direct login to the admin panel

You can log in to the admin panel as an admin or email user directly via the URL https://login.europeanmx.eu

Please note: The login details for the admin panel may differ from the login details for your Eunetic account.

Administrator:
Use the email address and password that you previously set through your Eunetic account when configured your domain.

If you don't have the information to access the admin panel directly then log into your Eunetic account on our website https://europeanmx.eu/en/register, click on the green button with the 3 white dots next to "Admin-Panel" in the overview of your domain name and select 'Edit'. In the next window you can find the button "Change previous settings" directly above the monthly data consumption. Now scroll down a little bit until you see the option "Admin-Panel". Here you can set an address and a password for the administrator, with which you can log in directly to the admin panel at https://login.europeanmx.eu. Use an external mail address that is not managed under this domain name to avoid login problems.

Email user:
As a simple email user, you can also have an access to the Admin Panel created. However, you cannot make any changes to the settings for the domain. This account is only intended for managing the quarantine and your own settings for your e-mail address.

If the login information is not available to you, please contact your administrator. 



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