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NOTE: Because of the constant updates to third party mail clients/devices, the images used in this tutorial may not coincide with what you see. Please use this tutorial as a general guideline and refer to your mail client's help documentation for further ...
NOTE: Because of the constant updates to third party mail clients/devices, the images used in this tutorial may not coincide with what you see. Please use this tutorial as a general guideline and refer to your mail client's help documentation for further ...
When creating a new user within your e-mail client, there are times when it is necessary to select a non-standard port number for outbound delivery. Often your connectivity provider/ISP will not have port 25 open so you'll need to re-route the delivery to...
Our easyMail webmail interface uses the popular open-source software called RoundCube, which provides a cleaner and fresher look, along with more options to manage your email. One option that many of our users have requested is the use of server-side filt...
WHAT IS GREYLISTING? Basically, greylisting introduces a temporary and one-time delay into email delivery of messages we receive from originators who have never emailed you before. To be more precise it works at the server level. If it's from a server t...
Our standard backup mail server allows users to specify easyDNS as their backup in case their primary email server goes down. When mail is sent out, the sending MTA (Mail Transport Agent) checks the DNS records to see what servers are responsible for the ...
Our easyMail service allows users the ability to create both a text and a image signature through their webmail account. To create a signature, please do the following: CREATING A TEXT SIGNATURE 1. Log into your webmail account (messages.easymail.ca [...
NOTE: Because of the constant updates to third party mail clients/devices, the images used in this tutorial may not coincide with what you see. Please use this tutorial as a general guideline and refer to your mail client's help documentation for further ...
A mailmap is an email forwarding feature where users can create an alias (example@yourdomain.com) and have messages sent to said alias get forwarded to a valid third party email address such as Gmail, Hotmail, etc.. However users should note that the jo...
NOTE: Because of the constant updates to third party mail clients/devices, the images used in this tutorial may not coincide with what you see. Please use this tutorial as a general guideline and refer to your mail client's help documentation for further ...
The following is the inbound and outbound settings you will need to enable easyMail on other devices/mail clients: INBOUND IMAP Server Hostname: imap.easymail.ca Server Port: 143 Username: yourname@yourdomain (e.g., me@example.com) Security Settings: ...
NOTE: Because of the constant updates to third party mail clients/devices, the images used in this tutorial may not coincide with what you see. Please use this tutorial as a general guideline and refer to your mail client's help documentation for further ...
Our easyMail service is our hosted mail solution which allows you to access, send, and receive email via POP, IMAP or webmail. Please note that in order to make use of our easyMail feature domains will need to be subscribed to service level that includes ...
While we have historically provided rock-solid inbound mail forwarding, SMTP port forwarding, and backup mail spooling services, we have found that there is an increasing need among our members to have access to a reliable and accessible outbound mail ser...
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