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Access your mailbox through webmail To access your mailbox through webmail, do any of the following: If your domain name is... Activating And Configuring Anti-Spam Your cloud shared hosting comes with a simple yet powerful anti-spam solution. It is activated on... Change an email account's quota Let's learn how to change an email account's quota. 1. Login to Plesk control panel.2. Go to... Changing your my e-mail account password Login to the control panel Go to  Mail  Select the email account you wish to manage. Enter... Configuring Your Email Client How To Configure Your Local E-mail Client Recommended Settings For Outgoing Connection Port:... Creating a mail alias 1. Login to your control panel2. Go to Mail3. Select Email addres4. Click on Email aliases5.... Creating a mail forwarder 1. Login to Control panel 2. Go to Mail 3. Select Email address you wish to manage 4. Click... Creating a new E-mail account You can create an e-mail account directly from within the plesk control panel Login to the... Delete an email account This guide will show you how to remove a mailbox in the Plesk control panel.WARNING: Deleting a... Difference between POP & IMAP  POP & IMAP are the protocols used to receive emails. What is the difference between the two?... E-mail Protocols and Ports supported by Fluid Hosting We support both POP and IMAP protocols. In addition, you can also send/receive emails through our... Email account limit You can create as many e-mail accounts as you want to. However, You have to make sure that total... How to change your Webmail Client ? 1. Login to your Control Panel 2. Click on 'Mail'. 3. Click on ‘Change Settings’. 4. Select... SPF, DKIM, And DMARC   DKIM, SPF, DMARC, And What They Mean   DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is a method used to... Setup auto-responder and reply Follow the below steps to set up auto-responder / auto-reply1. Login to your control panel2. Go... Using External Mail Servers You can configure an external mail server to handle mail for your domain. For this,1. Login to...
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