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setting it up...

Because it's simply that important.

When we registered your domain name and set up a hosting package, you automatically got allocated a maximum of 150 email accounts.

 

Each of those accounts has allocated to it a maximum of 10 GB.

 

With all that space, we'd be crushed if you couldn't use them because of technical difficulties...

Let's walk you through it...

OK. So you most likely sent us a list of all the accounts you wanted and they got created... What next?

 

We set them up with default passwords and emailed you their information and urged you to change them to more secure passwords at your earliest convenience.

We'll assume the domain we registered for you was www.bloggs.com

In order to access your webmail, you will need to enter the following URL in your browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox etc).

 

www.bloggs.com/webmail

 

Ensure "Webmail Login" is selected and use your full email address as the username (for this example, we'll assume your email address is:  joe@bloggs.com)

 

Enter the default password we sent you in your email creation confirmation.

 

Once logged in, click on "Change Password" to set a more personal and secure password.

So you're not a fan of webmail... Outlook more your speed?

You have the option of setting up your email account as IMAP or POP3. An in-depth comparison of these technologies is beyond the scope of this guide. However, there is a wealth of information regarding these, available through a simple Google search.

Your incoming and outgoing servers should be set to your mail server:

 

mail.bloggs.com

 

Configure your incoming server as follows:

Username is your full email address (joe@bloggs.com)

Use SSL on Port 993

 

Configure your outgoing server as follows:

Username is your full email address (joe@bloggs.com)

Use SSL on Port 587

If you are still unable to get it working, simply fill out the form below and we'll call you and walk you through it...

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