+ How do I request an additional email address?
To request an additional email account you need to log in to your client portal (where you do changes on your website), go to admin & reports, then domain & email management and click on request an additional email account.
+ I need to block SPAM from my company mail addresses
Please login to your webmail (mail.your-domain.co.za) and click on settings and then spam, there your can update spam level and block email accounts.
+ My email account on outlook was linked to my gmail account. how do I unlink it?<br/>my gemail account is: email@example.com
Please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org with the email account you wish to take the forwarding from off.
+ I cannot access my e-mail. It shows an error and says that there is someone on the network using the same IP address. What can I do??
Please send your IP address to email@example.com.
+ How do i create a signature on webmail email?
Once logged in to the webmail, go to Settings > Identities > Click on the Identity. You will find all of the settings there including a space to enter an e-mail signature.
+ I've had my domain registered last week Friday. Even though I can now access it, It doesn't display when I search for my company on Google, why is that?
The position of your website when you search using Google, Yahoo, Bing, or what ever the engine you use depends on a lot of things. This particular website is still very new, not even a month old. It takes time for Google to pick up your website, it depends on how many hits/clicks you get on your webpage, the SEO on your website, how often you update your website, ect. For more information, contact your consultant or recurring consultant.
+ What is the difference between POP3 and IMAP email account?
POP3 - Post Office Protocol: You can use only one computer to check your email (no other devices). Your mails are stored on the computer that you use. Sent mail is stored locally on your PC, not on a mail server IMAP - Internet Messaging Access Protocol: You can use multiple computers and devices to check your email. Your mails are stored on the server. Sent mail stays on the server so you can see it from any device.
+ How do I change my email password?
Log in to the website management portal, go to Settings & Admin > Email Management. Next to the email account, click on the edit button to change the password.
+ I did not changed anything on my pc. When I try to open outlook, it says "outlook not installed for current user, plese run set up application"" How do I fix this?
It sounds like a software issue with Outlook itself. We do not provide software support. Try contacting Microsoft or contact your local computer technicians for assistance.
+ I have linked another email address to my outlook inbox folder and now it's flooded - how to I delete old emails which are still on the server (firstname.lastname@example.org)? Can I also direct emails directly into junk folder without flooding my inbox?
To remove emails from the server log in to your webmail through a web browser by going to mail.cowboys.com.na. Log in with your email address and password. You can either delete the old emails from there or create an "archive" folder and move them out of your inbox. To up your spam score and lessen the amount of spam going to your inbox, change this in the webmail as well. Go to settings > spam > general settings > score threshold. You can also add a rule for certain email addresses or domains to reject any mail received from them. Under the general settings, go to "address rules"
+ Hello,Please can you tell me how do I setup outlook express 6,to use so can see if orders were placed on my website. I do not have a landline telephone, only a Cell C 3G stick. I used Outlook Express but also have Outlook 97.
You can check out the setup tutorial that I found on this page: //products.secureserver.net/email/email_outlookexpress.htm And use the settings for our server found on this page: //www.emailhelp.co.za/cp/12700/settings Take careful note that if you use Cell C that you need to use their outgoing SMTP Server mail.cmobile.co.za and port 25.
+ Can I migrate my email from POP3 to IMAP and vice versa?
You cannot “convert” an existing POP3 account directly to an IMAP account. In short, there are 3 steps to this process;
Read more here: https://www.msoutlook.info/question/634
+ Please can you send outgoing server settings that work internationally, I am in China and will soon travel to Brazil then to the UK and my emails will only receive and not send. Thanks
Your account has been opened for international sending. Please use port 465 or 2333 for your outgoing mail when sending from outside of SA. Notify email@example.com if this still does not work and include your Internet IP address.
+ How do I setup email address on a Macbook, with an existing email address? <br/>
You can follow the step-by-step guides on this link https://hetzner.co.za/help-centre/email/email-step-by-step-setup/
+ Where or how do I set up my e-mail signature?
It depends where you are sending/receiving your emails from. If you are using the webmail service at mail.your-domain, then follow the steps on emailhelp.co.za > General Information. If you are using an email client such as Microsoft Outlook, then visit Microsoft Outlook's support center for steps.
+ Someone is sending from my email address. How do I stop them?
Email spoofing is rampant. Spammers often send email that looks like it came from you. And there is little that you can do about it.
Read more: https://askleo.com/someones-sendin/
+ How do I setup my email on my Huawei Mobile Phone?
Here is a setup guide that you can follow: //devicehelp.optus.com.au/web/huawei-ascend-g6/messaging/email/setting-up-my-mobile-phone-for-email/
Remember to use Kwikweb email settings and not the settings in the guide. View settings under emailhelp.co.za > Settings.
+ Hi. loaded Outlook 2016 on laptop and added above account. how do i get that all my emails on the server downloads to my laptop in outlook ? thank you
The emails should automatically download when the setup is completed with the correct settings. Only mail found in the webmail inbox (mail.orangehygiene.co.za) will be downloaded to the new setup. If no emails are being downloaded or you receive an error message, check out this page //www.emailhelp.co.za/wproducts.php, or report your error here: //www.emailhelp.co.za/cp/16217/report-your-error
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