Category Archive: Mailboxes

What are the mailserver settings that I must use for my e-mails?

If you want to check your email account using a mail client, such as Outlook Express, Thunderberd or Eudora, you will need to know several important settings – email username and incoming and outgoing mail server. These settings are visible in the Email Manager section of the Control Panel, available for each mailbox. To view …

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How to setup an email account on mail client?

For more detailed information on how to setup an email account on different mail clients, please refer to the FAQ section in the control panel. To establish connection between your mail client and the server, you will need the following information: E-mail account: my_email@my-best-domain.com POP3 (incoming mail server): mail.supremecluster.com , port 110 IMAP (incoming mail …

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How do I change the password of an e-mail account?

In order to change the password for a selected email account, you have to press the icon in the “Password” column. You can also access the “Password” settings pop-up from the right-click context menu for the selected email. A new pop up will show, where all you need to do is to enter the new …

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How to edit an email autoresponder?

The email autoresponder service allows you create a simple message, which will be sent automatically to everyone, who send you an email. To modify an already created auto-reply message, you can : Right-click on the desired mailbox and choose the “Anti-Responder” option from the context menu; Select the desired mailbox via the corresponding checkbox and …

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How to set an email autoresponder?

The email autoresponder service allows you create a simple message, which will be sent automatically to everyone, who send you an email. In order to activate the autoresponder service, you can : Right-click on the desired mailbox and choose the “Anti-Responder” option from the context menu; Select the desired mailbox via the corresponding checkbox and …

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