The Global Settings give you information
about your domain.
Current Users: Total amount of mail accounts that
currently exist for your domain.
Maximum Users: Total amount of mail accounts that can be
created for your domain. If you require more mail accounts than
the amount shown, please contact a sales representative at
Maximum Domain: Size Maximum allowable (in MB) of all
e-mail stored on the server for your domain.
Current Mail Storage: Current amount of MB of mail
stored on the server for your domain.
View Mirrored Domains: Displays all domains that are
currently mirrored to this domain. For example, if you had
www.mydomain.net pointing to www.mydomain.com, you would see
www.mydomain.net in this list.
All mail accounts that have been created for
your domain will appear in the Mail Accounts section.
Add Mailbox: Click on the Add Mailbox button to create a
new mail account. A new window will appear to enter the username
ID Name: Listed beneath this heading are all of the mail
accounts that currently exist on your domain.
Edit: Clicking on this button will allow you to modify
the account settings for that ID.
Delete: Click on Delete to remove the mail account from
Change MAX: Click on the Change Max button to change the
maximum mailbox size for that ID.
Mailbox Properties: Click on the Change Password button
to change the password for that ID, and Edit Vacation Message to
change that ID's auto-response email.
When creating a mail account, please ensure
that you are using a unique user name.
- When creating a mail account, please ensure that you are
using a unique user name.
- Mail accounts should start with a letter and only contain a
maximum of 49 characters that consist only of letters, numbers,
periods ( . ), hyphens ( - ), and underscores ( _ ).
- The password for the mail account has no restrictions in
character types, but can only be a maximum of 53 characters
- The duplicate entry of the password is required for
Aliases redirect incoming mail to an
ID on your domain to another e-mail address inside or outside of
Add Alias: Click on the Add Alias button to create a new
alias which will redirect mail to another email address. A new
window will appear to enter the alias's name that you would like
to redirect mail from, and the email address that you would like
to forward that mail to.
Alias Name/Forward To: The aliases are listed along with
the address that mail will be redirected to.
Edit: Click on Edit to change the address that email is
redirected to for an alias.
Delete: Click on Delete to remove an alias.
allow you to send an e-mail to one address and have mulitple
predetermined recipients receive it.
Create Group: Click on the Create Group button to create
a new list of predetermined reicipents for an e-mail list. A new
window will apear allowing you to enter the group name, members,
and settings. Group members can be inside your domain or external
to your domain.
Show Members: All existing group names will be listed
under this heading.
Edit:Clicking on edit will open a new window allowing
you to edit the name, members and settings of a group.
Delete:Click on Delete to remove the group and the list
of predertermined recipients.
Specific user information displaying date and
time of a mail account's last login, the IP address that the mail
account last logged in from, and the storage space used by this mail
account are available in this section.
The mail account's password can be modified by
clicking on the Change Password button, and the mail account
can be deleted by clicking on the Delete User button.
Aliases are used when someone would
like to have mulitple e-mail addresses at the same domain name, and
all of the mail for these accounts sent to the same e-mail address.
For example, firstname.lastname@example.org might also
want to have mail sent to email@example.com and
firstname.lastname@example.org. Instead of setting up multiple mail accounts
for John Smith that he would have to check separately, you can
simply set up the mail account email@example.com and have an
alias as john and johnny.
In this way, John Smith will only have to check his
firstname.lastname@example.org mail, and he will also receive mail for
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each mail account can have an unlimited amount of
Vacation or Auto-Responder messages can be
created and made active by clicking on the box beside Activate
Type the message into the textbox, and when active,
all e-mail messages that have been sent to this mail account will
automatically be replied to with the message provided.
This option is used if you would like to
redirect e-mail from a mail account existing on your domain to a
mail account residing on your domain or another domain.
For example, all e-mail going to
email@example.com can be redirected to firstname.lastname@example.org
and email@example.com simultaneously.
Activate Mail Forwarding: Selecting this option will
allow e-mail messages for this account to be redirected to an
outside mail address.
Keep a Copy: Selecting this option will send a copy of
the forwarded mail to the original mail account that you are
Do Not redirect Automatic Messages: If checked, e-mail
such as mailling list messages, error messages, etc. will not be
redirected to the other mail account.
Preserve To/Cc Fields: Keeps the To and Cc Fields intact
after the message has been forwarded.
Open Text Area: In this area you may enter the outside
mail account that e-mail will be forwarded to. Ensure that you are
only entering one e-mail address per line.
Group Name: This field is used to enter the e-mail
address for your group or mail list. All mail that is sent to this
e-mail address will be distributed to all members of the group.
Description: This field allows you to enter a brief
description of this group so that you can decipher the difference
between your groups.
Group Members: This field alows you to enter the group
members' e-mail addresses. Ensure that you are entering only one
e-mail address per line.
Remove To and Cc from Distribution: Selecting this
option will remove the To: and CC: fields from the e-mail message
Set Reply-To to Group: If this option is selected the
reply-to address will be the e-mail address for the group rather
than for the sender of the message. This means that upon receiving
the message, list members will be replying back to the entire
member list rather than the person who sent the message to the
Remove Author from Distribution: If this option is
selected, the sender of the message is always removed from the
list of recipients so the he or she will not receive the message
If you require more assistance our
Technical Support Team is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a
day. Technical Support can be reached by calling
1-(877)-612-4400 or by emailing Technical Support.