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  How much space is available for each of my email accounts?
How do I configure my Netscape Mail or Outlook Express program to receive email?
Does WebHostingForFree provide web-based email access?
How can I setup my domain email so that I could receive all emails that sent to my domain without corresponding email address?
Can I send out email via your server?
How can I create new email account?

01 How much space is available for each of my email accounts?
  10MB of storage space will be allocated to each email account.

02 How do I configure my Netscape Mail or Outlook Express program to receive email?
  A POP (Post Office Protocol) email address is an address that stores messages in a mailbox on our mail server. Mail can be retrieved or sent out from this email box using a POP mail client (email reader), such as Outlook Express or Netscape Mail.

Follow these steps to configure Outlook Express or Netscape Mail to access POP accounts.

i. Select Accounts... from the Tools pull-down menu.

ii. You will see a list of all the different accounts that you have Outlook Express configured to use. Click on Add... and select Mail... to add a new email account.

iii. Then you will be guided step by step by the Account Wizard. Please pay special attention to the following:

For Mail Server Type, select "POP3".
For Incoming Mail, enter "mail.yourdomain.com".
For Outgoing Mail, enter "smtp.yourisp.com".

*We do not provide SMTP server service. This should be provided by your Internet access ISP.

For POP account name: user%yourdomain.com
*Where user = the email user id for the account.

(Note: the "%" character used in the POP account name is NOT a typo.)

When you finish these steps, you should be able to retrieve email from your POP account. Menus may slightly vary if you are using a different version.

For Eudora Light (and older versions of Eudora), follow these steps to configure POP email account.

i. Select Accounts... from the Tools pull-down menu.

ii. Click on the Getting Started category.
For POP Account, enter "user%yourdomain.com@mail.yourdomain.com", where user is the user id for the mailbox you have set up. For Return Address, enter the user's email address.

(Note: the "%" character used in the POP account name is NOT a typo.)

iii. Click on the Hosts category.
Enter smtp.yourisp.com in the SMTP box.
Click on OK.

*We do not provide SMTP server service. This should be provided by your Internet connection ISP.

With these basic settings you should be able to retrieve email from the name mailbox by selecting Check Mail from the File pull-down menu.

03 Does WebHostingForFree provide web-based email access?
  Yes. WebHostingForFree provides both web-based email management as well as POP email access. ie. You can either retrieve your email via email client software (e.g. MS-Outlook or MS-Outlook Express) or from our webmail system

04 How can I setup my domain email so that I could receive all emails that sent to my domain without corresponding email address?
  You can create an alias named "nobody" so that all email that sent to your domain will be sent to the destination of the nobody alias.

05 Can I send out email via your server?
  No. we do not provide SMTP service. You should use the SMTP server provided by your local Internet service provider. Please contact your Internet service provider for obtaining the information. Alternatively, you can use our webmail to send email.

06 How can I create new email account?
 

To create new e-mail account for your domain, please follow the below steps.

1. Click here to login to the email administration panel

    Username: your primary domain admin e-mail address

2. Click on "Web Admin" from the right-top corner of the webmail interface.

3. Click on "User Administration" from the IMail Server window.

4. Click "add" from the bottom to add a new e-mail account.

5. Enter the account information, and make sure you click "Save" to save the new email account.





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