Creating Mailboxes

If you wish to have an e-mail address associated with your site, like yourname@your-domain.com, you should create a mailbox. To do this:

  1. In your Control Panel, click Mail in the Services group.
  2. Click Add New Mail Name.
  3. Your domain name is shown to the right of @ sign, so you only need to specify the desired name for the mailbox.

    This can be, for example, your first name and last name separated by a dot, a department name, or any other text in Latin symbols. The name should be short enough to remember. It can comprise alphanumeric, dash, dot and underscore symbols.

  4. Specify a password that you will use for accessing your mailbox.
  5. Make sure that a check mark is present in the Mailbox check box.
  6. Click OK.

Now your mailbox is created on the provider's server, and you can set up your favorite e-mail program so as to receive and send e-mail messages through your new mailbox.

To create mailboxes for other users:

  1. In your Control Panel, click the Mail in the Services group.
  2. Click Add New Mail Name.
  3. Your domain name is shown to the right of @ sign, so you only need to specify the desired name for the mailbox.

    This can be, for example, user's first name and last name separated by a dot, a department name, or any other text in Latin symbols. The name should be short enough to remember. It can comprise alphanumeric, dash dot and underscore symbols.

  4. Specify a password that mailbox owner will use for accessing his or her mailbox.
  5. Make sure that a check mark is present in the Mailbox check box.
  6. If required, limit the amount of disk space that this mailbox can use. To do this, under Mailbox quota select the Enter size option and type the desired value in kilobytes.
  7. To allow the mailbox owner to manage his or her mailbox through a mailbox administration panel, select the Control panel access check box and specify the language for the user's control panel.
  8. Click OK.
  9. To allow the mailbox owner configure and use spam filter and antivirus, click Permissions, select the respective check boxes and click OK.
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