What Is Domain Forwarding?

Very similar to Email forwarder the feature domain forwarder comes with almost each web hosting services type and package, the difference between both is in email forwarding you can choose the mails which are from the same domain, but in domain forwarding you can do the same for the emails which are from different domains. Following […]

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How To Set domain.com/webmail To mail.domain.com

As free emails are provided with many web hosting packages right from cPanel shared hosting to Dedicated Server Hosting, many webmasters prefer to use their emails which are created at their own website with their own domain name, this also provides them a little bit extra security. Following is the process of redirection of ‘yourdomain.com/webmail’ […]

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Features of Microsoft Exchange 2010

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is the latest launch touching the new levels of reliable features to enhance your performance simplifying your administration, further secure your communications and geared up with features to provide more mobility. It not only provides a platform to use the latest features but also caters to your cost reduction initiatives.

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What are MIME types?

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) is an Internet Standard that extends the format of e-mail to support text in character sets other than US-ASCII; non-text attachments; multi-part message bodies and header information in non-ASCII character sets. Virtually all human-written Internet e-mail and a fairly large proportion of automated e-mail is transmitted via SMTP in MIME […]

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What is an MX record?

The record that specifies the mail servers that handle email for your domain is a (Mail Exchange) MX record. It is a part of the several other network records which define where a particular domain name will resolve from. . By default, all of the email for your domain is handled by Dotnoc’s mail server. […]

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What is an email domain forwarder?

Redirecting requests on the Internet to a different Internet address is called domain forwarding. The same way redirecting emails of one domain name to another domain on the internet is called email domain forwarding. However the danger of having an email domain forwarder is that it will over-ride the default email address for the domain. […]

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What is an email delivery route?

The email delivery route feature allows you to view how the mail server will treat a message when sending to or delivering to a specific address. If you enter an address on the server, it shows how the mail server will deliver mail to that address. If you enter an address that exists somewhere other […]

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What are Spam or Unsolicited Commercial / Bulk Email?

Email sent to someone who has not opted-in or given permission to the sender. Characteristically, spam is unwanted, unexpected email from a sender unknown to the recipient. It involves nearly identical messages sent to numerous recipients by e-mail, generally which are spam.Unsolicited commercial e-mail(UCE) can be defined as the more restrictive definition used by regulators […]

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What is an email whitelist?

It is the polar opposite of a blacklist. Instead of listing IP addresses to block, a whitelist includes IP addresses that have been approved to deliver email despite blocking measures. It is common practice for ISP’s to maintain both a blacklist and a whitelist. When email service providers say they are whitelist ; it means […]

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What is an email blacklist?

It is common for an ISP (Internet Service Provider) to a use a blacklist to determine which emails should be blocked. Blacklists contain lists of domains or IP addresses of known and suspected spammers. Unfortunately, these blacklists also contain many legitimate email service providers. Just a few spam complaints can land an email service provider […]

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What is email blocking?

Email blocking – Email blocking typically refers to blocking by ISPs or corporate servers. Email blocking occurs when the receiving email server (e.g. Yahoo!, AOL, Hotmail etc) prevents an inbound email from reaching the inbox of the intended recipient. Most of the time the sender of the email receives a bounce-back message notifying the sender […]

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