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You can enable and configure SpamAssassin via your cPanel > Spam Assassin. You can find our detailed tutorial here: http://www.tmdhosting.com/tutorials/cpanel/activate-spam-assasign.html
DomainKeys is an e-mail authentication system that allows for incoming mail to be checked against the server it was sent from to verify that the mail has not been modified. This ensures that messages are actually coming from the listed sender and allows abusive messages to be tracked with more ease. The great benefit of [...]
You should first check the MX records to which you should point your domain. You can check them from Windows Live Admin Center in the Mail section. The MX record is listed under MX Record Configuration and should be similar to the one below: MX server: 442368421.pamx1.hotmail.com You can check how to change MX records from [...]
The Spam box would be available only if it has been previously enabled in SpamAssassin. It will be found as a subfolder in each email account’s Inbox folder.
Yes it possible to forward Emails to Email accounts with Google or Hotmail for example. You can check how to do it from here: http://www.tmdhosting.com/kb/cpanel/emails-and-cpanel/using-email-forwarders/
We do not recommend using any other software besides phplist for creating mail lists.
If you would like to create mailing lists we recommend to use phplsit. You can check our phplists knowledge base from here: http://www.tmdhosting.com/kb/category/applications/phplist/
Forwarders allow you to send a copy of all mail from one email address to another. For example, if you have two different email accounts, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com, you could forward firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com so that you do not need to check both accounts. Note that the forwarded mail will still be delivered to the [...]
You can easily increase the Emails quota for some Email account from your cPanel -> Email Accounts. You can see the “Change Quota” button after each Email account.
You should be able to create Email account from your cPanel -> Email accounts without any issues. Still if you receive some error when you try to create Email account it most probably is caused from incorrect permissions on the mail folder. You can simply submit a new ticket from your Client Area and our [...]
The last dot in the MX record usually defines the end of the MX record value. You should be aware that the cPanel feature add this point automatically after the record is submited for your convenience. In other words when adding a MX record you should add the record without the last point. Example: ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM [...]
In order to create a folders on the server using the Outlook email client you should configure your client to use IMAP protocol for the incoming mail. Next when you set up your account you should click on the File menu located at the top menu bar. Then you should select the New option and [...]
In order to create folders on the server for your email box via the Thunderbird client you should create your account in thunderbird, setting the protocol for incomming mail to IMAP. After the thunderbird client create the mailbox and you see his/her massages the settings are correct and you can proceed with the folder creation. [...]
You can create email accounts for your addon domains using your cPanel > Email accounts. You can choose the domain the email account will be created for via the drop down menu next to the “Email” field. You can find our tutorial on how to setup your email accounts here.
You can change the MX records for any of your domains using your cPanel > MX Entry. You can follow our detailed tutorial here.
You can access your webmail (if your domain is pointed to our server and configured to use our mailservice) by accessing: Yourdomain.com/webmail Yourdomain.com:2095 Where yourdomain.com should be replaced by the domain you are hosting with us. You can also access your webmail easily via your cPanel > Email accounts > Select the account in question [...]