Search results for "Email"Creating virtual mail accountsLast modified Fri Dec 19 16:49:54 UTC 2014
. . . First and foremost, your domain must be configured to allow email
hosting. If it is not, please contact the sysadmin.
Once your domain has . . . and line. You will be greeted with this screen:
MyUnixHost.com Virtual Email
Enter domain (or 'quit'):
Type your domain name here, then p . . . OM
You are using 1 of 50 addresses, and 2 of 50 forwarders.
(1) List email
(2) List forwards
(3) New email
(4) New forw . . . ard
(5) Remove email
(6) Remove forward
(7) Change password
What . . . would you like to do?
From here, you can create or remove email
accounts and forwarders, and [[Changing email
password|change the password . . . EmailLast modified Thu Mar 30 18:19:24 UTC 2017
. . . To set up an email
client, you'll need the following information:
Server: mail.myunixhost.co . . . 110, 995 (POP3, POP3S)\\
SMTP port: 25, 587 (SMTP, SMTPS)\\
Username: Full email
You will have to enable authentication for . . . will likely receive a certificate warning when adding the account to your email
To change your email
?do=ep_login_form|clic . . . Changing email passwordLast modified Tue Dec 23 19:18:54 UTC 2014
. . . To change a password for a virtual email
account, use the `**pop3pass**` command. You can either use it bare (witho . . . ut arguments), or you can pass the email
address as the argument. You will be prompted to type the new password twi . . . ce.
Alternatively, you can use [[Changing email
password?do=ep_login_form|this link to change your email
. . . TutorialsLast modified Wed Dec 31 16:44:40 UTC 2014
. . . [[GettingStarted]]
* [[Reading web logs]]
* [[Creating virtual mail accounts]]
* [ . . . [Changing email
. . . GettingStartedLast modified Fri Dec 19 16:55:06 UTC 2014
. . . th a maximum of 8
characters. You should have received your password in an email
(if you did not,
please [[http://www.myunixhost.com/?contact|contact us]]) . . .
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