both POP3 and IMAP as well as Web Mail Unlike POP3 (Post Office
Protocol 3), IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) allows
you to read your email directly from the server, while POP3
has to first download your email before it can be read.
enabled on our servers and you can use it to read your email
using your email program. You'll need to change your email
program's settings from POP3 to IMAP.
to use a local mail client like Outlook, Outlook Express,
Eudora or any other, you may need to configure it before it
can send and receive mails from the server. Here is what you
server name: mail.yourdomain.com
incoming server name: mail.yourdomain.com
email from our servers you need to setup SMTP Authentication.
You will need to supply the same username and password that
you use with your POP3 email account for outgoing email. This
step is required to prevent spammers from sending unsolicited
via your account.
Flash tutorials can be found here
that will walk you through the setup of your email client.
use the following url to access your email via the Web Mail
is useful if you need to access your email while traveling
or if you do not have access to your home/work computer.