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Email Accounts

Mail button
The Mail area allows you to manage all aspects of your e-mail, from adding new accounts, spam filtering, setting quotas to forwarding.

Note: We recommend that you set up an email account in your personal name and then set up a forwarder for addresses such as info@, enquiries@ etc. This way, you could have more than one person receiving emails sent to public addresses for your company. Although it's possible to forward email to external providers such as BT, Yahoo, Hotmail and AOL, we would not recommend this as it's unreliable due to the added spam filtering involved. If you forward emails to external providers, you are very likely to lose emails.

To add an Email account:

  1. Log into the control panel.
  2. Click on the Email Accounts icon from the main page.
  3. Enter the first part of the email address and the password for the account in Email and Password fields.
  4. Enter the maximum size limit of the mailbox in the Quota field, if required.
  5. Click on the Create Account button.
  6. You now need to configure your email program on your computer to receive email. Please see below.
Adding an email account

 

Email Software Configuration Guides:

Microsoft Outlook 365
Microsoft Outlook 2010
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Windows Live Mail
Mac Mail
Microsoft Outlook Express
Apple iPhone or iPad
Android device
Configuring Gmail to collect emails from your Vision Internet email account
Configuring Hotmail to collect emails from your Vision Internet email account

 

Other Topics:

Email Security Guide
Forwarders
Changing the password of an email account from WebMail
Changing the password of an email account from the control panel
Deleting an email account
Reading your e-mail
Setting your default email address
Autoresponders
Reducing spam emails
Email Filtering
Spam Assassin