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E-Mail Clients 7

How to configure e-mail clients, such as Outlook, Thunderbird or Apple Mail

Troubleshooting & SPAM 5

Troubleshoot e-mail and problems with unsollicited mail (SPAM)

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 Creating Strong Passwords

Passwords provide the first line of defense against unauthorized access to your computer. The stronger your password, the more protected your website or server will be from hackers and malicious software. You should always keep your...


 E-Mail Filters create and delete

Filters Filters allow you to block certain types incoming mail. Filters are universal; that is, you cannot set a filter for specific e-mail accounts. To create filters, first access the "E-Mail Menu" from the control panel. Then, click...


 E-Mail Forwarders Setup and Configuration

Forwarders Forwarders allow you to direct incoming mail to a different address. For example, assume you wanted e-mail sent to support@yourdomain.com and sales@yourdomain.com to arrive at the POP3 account customerservice@yourdomain.com....


 E-Mail Mailing Lists

Mailing Lists To create a mailing list, first access the "E-Mail Menu" from the control panel. Then, click the "Mailing Lists" icon. There will be no lists present, so click on "Create Mailing List." Enter a name for your list and...


 E-Mail Setup in DirectAdmin

This article covers: How to create e-mail accounts How to set a catch-all address vacation messages altering MX records How to create E-Mail Accounts To create an e-mail account, sign into the control panel and then click on...


 How Do I Create an autoresponder?

Autoresponders Autoresponders are e-mail robots that reply to all incoming messages with a standard outgoing message. The autoresponder will reply to all messages received, regardless of their content. For example, some companies keep...


 The Differences between POP, IMAP and Exchange

POP3, Post Office Protocol POP, or Post Office Protocol, is a way of retrieving email information that dates back to a very different internet than we use today. Computers only had limited, low bandwidth access to remote computers, so...


 What is the path to sendmail?

When you need the path to sendmail for your scripts, use the following: /usr/sbin/sendmail