archivemail

Introduction The archivemail utility is used to archive and compress email, and can be used by all Shared Hosting account types. In its default form, archivemail will move messages older than a specified number of days to a compressed archive file to download from your server. You can also use archivemail to simply delete messages. […]

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FAQ- Electronic Mail

How do I receive e-mail? How do I access my mailbox? What custom features can I use to handle e-mail? What is a recipe? How do I utilize the free additional mailboxes included with each account? How many mailboxes are included with each account type? What happens if I need more mailboxes than are included? […]

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FAQ- pairList

What is pairList®? How are new lists configured? How many pairList® mailing lists do I receive with my hosting plan? Can I use more pairList® mailing lists than my hosting plan includes? Is there a limit to the number of subscribers that I can add to a pairList® mailing list? How do I manage my […]

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Virtual Mailboxes

Topics Creating Mailboxes Using the pair Networks Account Control Center Creating a Single Mailbox Creating Multiple Mailboxes at Once Mailbox Settings in Detail Mailbox Username and Password Restrictions Mailbox Limits and Disk Space Usage Junk E-Mail Filtering Editing Mailbox Settings Changing Mailbox Passwords Mailbox Settings Used by E-Mail Readers Creating Mailboxes Using the pair Networks […]

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Setting up an E-Mail Reader

Topics Finding Information About Your Account Settings Account Settings Detailed Username Password Incoming Mail Server Outgoing Mail Server Encryption Settings Mailbox Settings for Accounts Created Before June 1, 2011 Tips for Setting up an E-Mail Reader >Tutorials for Specific E-Mail Readers Outlook Mac Mail Using SSL to Secure Your Account Finding Information About Your Account […]

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SMTP Service at pair Networks

To send e-mail, you will need to specify an SMTP (outgoing e-mail) server in your e-mail reader. As a pair Networks customer, you may use our SMTP service as long as you are not in violation of our policies (i.e. not sending out spam). Also, please do not use our mail server for: Sending out […]

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Using the Pine Mail Program

pine is a Unix mail reader you can use to check your mail when logged in by Telnet/SSH (after logging in, simply type ‘pine’ and hit return). While it currently does not have strong support for enhanced mail formatting, it is useful in that your mail is stored on the server and can thus be […]

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E-Mail Forwarding, Autoresponders, and Advanced Configurations

Topics Creating an E-Mail Recipe E-Mail Recipe Types Deleting an E-Mail Recipe Important Recipe Information All accounts at pair Networks have the ability to use e-mail recipes, which are rules that specify how e-mail messages should be delivered. E-mail recipes can be set up through the Account Control Center. Creating an E-Mail Recipe Log in […]

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Understanding and Stopping Junk E-Mail From Your Domain Name

You may notice that some of the junk e-mail you receive appears to come from your own domain name, even from your own e-mail address. Please understand that the vast majority of the time, this type of junk e-mail does not represent any security threat and a spammer has not taken control of your domain […]

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WebMail

Webmail.pair.com is a Web-based e-mail system for pair Networks’ customers. Every pair Networks mailbox is ready to use with Webmail (this includes both the mailbox that is included with every hosting account as well as extra mailboxes that are added using the Account Control Center). WebMail is offered with three different interface choices: Squirrelmail, @Mail, […]

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FAQ – Enhanced Junk E-Mail Filtering System

What are pair Networks’ junk e-mail filter features? How do I modify my junk e-mail filter settings? Who can take advantage of these junk e-mail filter features? What are some of these enhanced junk e-mail filter features? If I make changes to my junk e-mail filter settings, will that automatically enable junk e-mail filtering for […]

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Saving Junk E-Mail Messages to a File

You have two options if you wish to store junk e-mail messages in a file: 1) Create a junk e-mail file that can be accessed via the Web or 2) Create a junk e-mail file that lives in your home directory on one of our servers. To create a junk e-mail file accessible via the […]

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Troubleshooting: E-Mail Problems

I can’t retrieve my e-mail. I can’t send out e-mail. When mail is sent to my domain name, it bounces back. Answers I can’t retrieve my e-mail. Depending on the error message, this could be due to several factors. Unfortunately, the error messages given by some mail software do not provide usable information for diagnosing […]

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E-Mailing Lists

Our preferred mailing list solution is our pairList service, which includes full Web-based list administration. To learn more about pairList mailing lists, visit: http://www.pair.com/services/mailing_lists/ You can view, add, or delete pairList mailings lists using our Account Control Center (ACC) interface at: https://my.pair.com

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Using Qmail

Note: This article describes features available to Dedicated Hosting and VPS accounts only. However, all account types can make use of E-Mail Recipes. To learn more, please see our E-Mail Recipe tutorial: https://www.pair.com/support/knowledge_base/e-mail/e-mail_forwarding_autoresponders_and_advanced_configurations.html Overview and Configuration Qmail is a powerful e-mail package that allows for a great deal of custom e-mail processing and other settings. […]

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Junk E-Mail Filtering: Advanced Options

This article describes our advanced junk e-mail filtering options. If you haven’t already, please first read the Junk E-mail Filtering Overview. If you’ve already enabled junk e-mail filtering and just need to set up your e-mail reader, please read Junk E-Mail Filtering And Your E-Mail Reader. DNSBLs A DNSBL, or DNS Blackhole List, is a […]

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E-Mail – Junk E-Mail Filtering And Your E-Mail Reader

Before you can take advantage of the Junk E-Mail filtering system on a mailbox, it must be enabled in the Account Control Center. For instructions on this, please read the article Junk E-mail Filtering Overview. After enabling Junk E-Mail filtering on a mailbox, your e-mail client must be configured to recognize flagged messages. Instructions for […]

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Junk E-Mail Filtering Overview

Topics Mailbox Junk E-Mail Filtering Enabling Junk E-Mail Filtering Account-level Junk E-Mail Filtering Settings Changing Account-level Junk E-Mail Filtering Settings Account-level Junk E-Mail Filtering Options Explained Greylisting E-Mail Virus Scanning SpamAssassin Junk E-Mail Filtering Settings Filter Sensitivity Level E-Mail Subject Junk E-Mail Score Enabling Junk E-Mail Filtering Log in to the Account Control Center (https://my.pair.com). […]

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