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Making individual addresses fail: If you wish to block all e-mail going to an e-mail address, simply create a forwarder for that address that forwards to: :blackhole: Please note that you must have the colons on both sides of the word fail for it...
If you are sending email from your server, and certian ISPs are bouncing that email, then please change your outgoing mail to route through your ISP [mail.yourISP.com] rather than mail.yourdomain.com, in your email setup. ISPs are increasingly using bl...
To access your webmail, point your browser to: http://www.yourdomain.com/webmail/
Use a program like MS Outlook, or Eudora. The mail server is mail.yourdomain.com, user = you@yourdomain.com, pass = yourpassword.
Go to http://www.yourdomain.com/webmail/ Enter in your full e-mail address (ex. you@yourdomain.com) and your password.
One of the most common mistakes that folks make, is when they want to send email to a domain on another server, when they have that same domain setup in their account here. What will happen is that the email will be routed locally to the domain on the ...
Some tips to help you set up your email for sending and receiving through outlook express or any other email application: Your Incoming and Outgoing mail server is: mail.yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with your real domain name). Use your full...
Your email will not get lost. Mail Transfer Agents (MTA) on the Internet will continue trying to deliver mail to your domain if your server is down, or if the domain is over its resources and unreachable. Some MTAs will notify the sender if not able to...
This typically happens in two cases: First, if you have recently authenticated via password. Once you use your password once, your mail client will remember it, and the mail server will remember that you have authenticated. This way you are not asked f...

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