RSS Feed
Knowledgebase : Web Hosting > E-Mail
This guide assumes you've already setup your e-mail accounts through cPanel if you haven't please login to your cPanel account and select the "E-Mail Accounts" option. Once you open up the Mail client you will be prompted with a "Welcome ...
How to create an email account Login to your cPanel account, and type 'Email Accounts' in the top left finder. (Picture) Modify the fields at the top of the page, inputting the information you'd like including the email address, password, and qu...
If you're looking to access your accounts webmail function without going through cPanel, here's the steps: Navigate to http://yourdomain.com/webmail -- replace yourdomain.com with the domain on your account. You'll be greeted with a password pro...
A catch all email, or default email, is an email account that is designed to receive all mail sent to your domain to a non-existent address. To configure a catch all address for your domain (or subdomain), follow these steps: Login to your cPanel ...
When using webmail, we highly recommend using Roundcube. Both Horde and Squirrelmail aren't as well support and are buggy on newer systems compared to Roundcube. This article will be focused around Roundcube but the same general rules apply to the other...
When you first get an account with us, your information email will include the mail server settings. In case you happen to misplace those, this should help. For our example, we'll pretend our domain is http://yourdomainhere.com. So assuming your mail is b...
You can take advantage of our SpamExperts email filtering even if you're using third party DNS/nameservers. To make sure your domains email is passed through our SpamExperts filtering servers when using third party nameservers you should set your MX recor...
All of our web hosting plans include the ability to send e-mails. Each of our services have different outbound e-mail limits. Please keep in mind we have a ZERO TOLERANCE policy towards SPAM/UCE. All of your mailing needs to be fully CANSPAM compliant. Ac...
If your email is bouncing, it could be because you do not have SPF records enabled for your domain. What these do is verify the authenticity of the domain you're sending from so you're email is less likely to be flagged as spam / untrusted by the receiv...