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Exim mail server

Exim Exim is a mail transfer agent which is used on Unix-like operating systems for sending,receiving and routing the email messages. Exim is a free software distributed under the terms of the General Public License (GNU), and it aims to be a general and flexible mailer with extensive facilities for checking incoming mails. The mail  Full Article…

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How to whitelist/blacklist an email address in Spamexperts?

Here is how to whitelist as well as blacklist an email address through the SpamExperts control panel. This article asusmes you are already logged into the SpamExperts control panel, through cPanel. Step 1: Sender Whitelist Click on the “Sender Whitelist” option in the Spam Experts panel under the “Whitelist/Blacklist” section. Click on the “Add Sender”  Full Article…

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How to setup MX records in cPanel?

Your MX (Mail Exchange) records define where your email will be routed to. When an email is sent, the MX records are looked up publicly, and mail is routed directly to that server. Here is how to setup MX record for a domain Login to Cpanel Select the “MX Entry” icon from within your cPanel  Full Article…

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Transferred my site but e-mail are not working

  When you transfer your site from one web hosting provider to another the e-mail addresses do not get transferred with it. You need to go to the cPanel Control Panel that you have with the new web hosting provider and add those e-mail addresses to your account, with the password of your choice. Please use  Full Article…

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mail client settings of a domain.

  Inorder to setup a email account in any of the email clients like Outlook, thunderbird etc, you may need a few details like incoming, outgoing server, port numbers etc. All the details can be derived from cPanel itself. ♦ Login to cPanel (http://example.com/cpanel) ♦ Navigate to the email section. cPanel>>Email>>Find the email address in  Full Article…

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telnet command to check port access

telnet is a common tool used by sysadmins to check if a particular port is open or not on a remote server. Sometimes you may have problems in sending or receiving emails. The first step in troubleshooting the issue would be to first check the port access directly via telnet. Ports may be closed/blocked by  Full Article…

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Can receive the mails but can not send.

  It might be due to the fact that your InterNet Service Provider, who is providing your internet connection, may be blocking port 25. This stops you from using any service other than their own to send email. This is becoming common with ISP’s as a security measure to reduce spamming. To get rid of this  Full Article…

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Log search in SpamFiltering.

  In some cases we may be unable to receive e-mails from another e-mail accounts. If you are pretty sure that there is no issues with the mail relaying settings in the sender and receiver end, then it might be due to the SpamExperts option enabled in the receiver end. You can check the logs  Full Article…

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Email over SSL with Outlook

  Lets show you how to enable SSL option in outlook while setting up e-mail account. Usually the SMTP, IMAP/POP3 ports in PCI restricted servers should be secured. SSL ports for SMTP, IMAP/POP3 The ports used by secure email are: POP3: 995 IMAP: 993 SMTP: 465 Make sure that the hostname you provide at the  Full Article…

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Horde: Fetching emails from another server with Horde

  Horde can be used to fetch emails on a remote mail server. You can use this feature when you are performing a migration process of  non cPanel domains. The steps are described here:   Logging into Horde ♦ First, go to webmail at http://www.$DOMAIN/webmail ♦ Log in with with the email address and the  Full Article…

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