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Absolutely not. Sending out unsolicited e-mail from your account is a direct violation of our Acceptable Uses Policy and SPAM policy. Please read our section regarding the Anti-Spam Policy. This includes sending unsolicited e-mail using another SMTP serve...
Certainly. With your account you have the ability to use your own SMTP server. This allows you to send all of your outgoing e-mail from your domain name rather than through your Internet Service Provider, giving you a more professional look.
Yes. Any e-mail you have stored on the server counts as storage for your account. This is one reason we recommend not storing e-mail on the server. Once you download and read your mail, you should ensure that your e-mail client deletes the mail from the s...
Yes. Changing your system password will change your default email account password.
You can access the webmail interface directly by going to: www.yourdomain.com/webmail You can use any domain listed with your account including addon and parked domains.
Please view our tutorial on how to create a default (catchall) email account by clicking here.
Please view our tutorial on how to create an autoresponder by clicking here.
Please view our tutorial on how to create an email account by clicking here.
Please view our tutorial on how to redirect e-mail by clicking here.
Please view our tutorial on How to setup an e-mail account in Outlook Express by clicking here.
Please view our tutorial on how to use webmail by clicking here.
You can store up to the limit of storage available on your hosting account. However, there may be limitations set by you specific to each email account you have setup. For example, you may create an account for a friend and limit their disk usage to 1 Meg...
Email forwarding is a feature, which forwards an email that originated from your domain, to another email address. The forwarding address can be another email address within your domain, or to an external email address.
When your account is created, a default email account is set-up. This account is username@yourdomain.com and this name cannot be changed or deleted. In your Control Panel, you will notice that this email account is "locked". While you cannot delete it,...
Make sure that your email client has SMTP authentication checked/enabled for the email account.