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Deleting An Email Account

If you do not wish to use an email account anymore, you can delete the account. Deletion of an email account would mean that the user will not be able to access the account any more all existing emails that have been sent to the account will be deleted To . . . Read more

Getting Started

Now that you have purchased Email hosting for your domain, lets see the steps to be performed to configure email hosting for your domain. Configure DNS settings for your Domain For your email services to work, it is important that you specify the appropriate DNS records for your domain. DNS . . . Read more

Configure DNS Settings For Your Domain

In order to start using email services on your Domain, it is essential that the correct Mail Exchange (MX) records are added to your DNS settings. These MX records must be created on the authoritative Name Servers of your Domain. If you do not have the necessary access privileges to . . . Read more

Manage Catch-All Account

A catchall is an account that receives messages sent to non-existent email addresses at your domain name. For example, if someone sends a mail to mgmt@yourdomainname.com, and the account didn’t actually exist, your catchall would receive this message. A catchall email address can ensure that genuine and possibly important communication . . . Read more

Domain Aliases

What is a domain alias? If you have more than one domain name, you can receive emails on all of them using the email addresses created in your hosting package without setting up separate accounts and forwarding them. For example, lets assume that the owner of domain1.com has setup the . . . Read more