Knowledgebase : E-Mail Services

The ability to provide E-mail services to clients includes two critical functions: SMTP and POP3. Together, they provide the means for clients to send outgoing mail and check for new incoming mail, respectively. POP3 service is the side of e-mail that ...
Your POP3 incoming mail server should be set to: mail.yourdomain.com Using this setting will allow you to check for any e-mail on any POP3 account setup on your domain.
As often as your e-mail client will allow, which is most likely every minute the application remains open. We do not limit the number of times you can check your mail.
There are several reasons why you may not be able to connect to the POP3 server, and thus, not be able to check your POP3 account(s) for new messages. Use the following guideline to solve this sort of problem: Make sure you first have a conne...
The ability to provide E-mail services to clients includes two critical functions: SMTP and POP3. Together, they provide the means for clients to send outgoing mail and check for new incoming mail, respectively. SMTP service is the side of e-mail tha...
Our SMTP server can handle a very large number (250) of outgoing e-mails per second, enabling all of our clients to have sufficient e-mail access. If you plan to send large amounts of email, you should use the Mailman mailing list manager, or a similar t...
Absolutely not. Sending out unsolicited e-mail from your account is a direct violation of our Acceptable Uses Policy. Please read our section regarding the Anti-Spam Policy. This includes sending unsolicited e-mail using another SMTP server referencing ...
In addition to the link in your control panel for each account, you can go straight to webmail by doing the following: In your browser, go to your domain name address followed by /webmail/ In other words, you can go to http://www.YOUR_DOMAIN.COM/webma...
When sending email, you have the option of including a copy of the message to more than one recipient. If it doesn't matter if the recipient knows the other addresses that received the message, you would use CC (carbon copy). When the message arrives, it...