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What is the difference between IMAP and POP3 for email?

What is the difference between IMAP and POP3 for email?

IMAP Synchronises all emails between the server and your email program. Messages that have been read/deleted/replied to will show up as such, both on the server and in your email program. You could configure multiple devices to access the same IMAP account and your emails, folders, and sent items will be synchronised across all devices.…
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What happens to Spam once it is filtered?

What happens to Spam once it is filtered?

You control how Webmail controls Spam email messages. Your options include:  Sending the Spam messages to your Junk Mail folder Deleting the Spam messages automatically Delivering Spam messages to an alternate email address Tagging Spam messages with a unique text label, which will appear in the Subject line of the message. To adjust your Spam…
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How many emails can I send?

How many emails can I send at one time?

With our Siteworx web hosting, clients can send up to 500 emails at a time. The number can increase depending on your hosting plan options. You can send a maximum of 250 emails per domain name per hour. If you exceed that limit you will start to receive unrouteable domain name errors. "What if I…
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How do I find a message header in Webmail?

How do I find a message header in Webmail?

How to find a Message Header in Webmail? Webmail message header enables you to view the details of your emails. You can find the header settings under "Options" in "Tools" menu. In your webmail account, click the Show Full Header link when viewing the message in its own window.
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How do I create/set a default e-mail address?

Setting up email addresses is easy. Here is how to create/set a default e-mail address for your domain. Any e-mail that is sent to an unknown account at your domain name, such as unknown@yourdomain.com, gets automatically rerouted to your default e-mail account. All web site accounts are automatically assigned a default e-mail address - user@yourdomain.com - which you…
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How can I test to see if I can reach your POP server?

How can I test to see if I can reach your POP server?

The simplest way to test POP server connections is to telnet. You can use any program like Hyperterminal or PuTTY for Windows and it's included with Mac OS X.  You can test to see if you can reach our POP3 servers by running this command at your command prompt: telnet pop.yourdomainname.com 110 If you receive a…
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