provide a control panel for your email account administration and a web based
email access for you to retrieve emails like Hotmail. To view a sample of login
page for web based email, please see mail.exxelnet.com/mail.
You have free access to create and delete POP accounts at your convenience.
the internet browser, go to pop.yourdomain.com.
Login as postmaster with the your full domain name and assigned password (it should
be the same password as FTP password)
You may create, delete, change
password or set the default Catch-all account at the Pop Accounts option.
here to view the screenshots on how to create
email accounts. Click
here to view the screenshots on how to delete
4. What is the Postmaster and the use for it?
is like a virtual administrator managing your email control panel. DO NOT
5. What if the default size of each POP email account?
default size of each POP email account is 5MB. Setting of mailbox size can only
be set by the administrator. The administrator has to login as Postmaster. You
are to make sure you have not exceeded the allocated disk space.
User Name: firstname.lastname@example.org
(please use your full email address) Password: xxx (created for the individual
email accounts )
This interface will retain your emails in the mail
server and over time, your mails will take up the space allocated to you. As such,
you should regularly clear your emails from the mail server by retrieving them
directly to your PC using email software such as Eudora, Outlook Express or Netscape
14. Can I send out mass emails with my virtual mail server?
have a zero stance policy on Spam, junk e-mail, and UCE (Unsolicited Commercial
Email). It is a direct violation of your user agreement and you will be removed
from the servers for abuse. In saying this, if you have a targeted audience or
if you have a registered e-mail list, you may send as many e-mails as you want.
At the first complaint, you will be notified. If we receive numerous complaints
in a short amount of time, your mail server may be deactivated and you will be
contacted by someone in technical support for clarification.
15. How do I block emails from specific email accounts from reaching my account?
you are using Outlook Express:
Open up the email in question > Right
click on Sender > Select Block Sender > Click OK
By doing this, future
emails from the same email address will be drop to Deleted folder automatically
To remove a name from the Blocked Senders List, go
to Tools > Message Rules > Blocked Senders List and remove the email addresses
16. I can't login to my email account using the webmail system even though I typed in the
correct password. It keeps showing error message "Invalid login name or password" error.
ensure that you have entered the FULL email address as the login name.
17. I can't access my mail using Outlook Express. It keeps prompting me for
Username and Password.
check your Mail Account Properties in your Outlook Express to be the following:
Username: email@example.com Password: your password Incoming
Mail (POP) : pop.domain.com Outgoing Mail (SMTP) : your ISP's SMTP server
* Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)
Enter the SMTP server name of your ISP. Here is a list of common SMTP server address:
If you are with SCV Maxonline, please
use: smtp.cyberway.com.sg or mail.domain.com
18. The emails my customer sent to us keep bouncing back. What happened?
most probable cause could be you have set "Leave a copy of messages on server"
setting on your email client program. When your email quota is exceeded, emails
sent to you will be bounced. To rectify this, simply deactivate this setting on
your email client program. You might want to use WebMail our Web-Based Email client
to remove your emails. Please ensure that the messages in the Sent and Trash folders
are deleted as they contribute to the overall disk space as well.
20. How do I view my users' mailbox size and usage?
Login to Email Control Panel atpop.yourdomain.com.
Login as postmaster with the your full domain name and assigned
password (it should be the same password as your FTP password)
to Email Accounts
c) Look under "Used / Quota (MB)
21. Is Webmail less prone to virus infections than using MS Outlook or Outlook Express?
is known that MS email clients are more prone to viruses as most viruses are designed
to attack and spread through design flaws in these programs. Use virus scanning
software, especially if you use Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express (which are
prone to sending a virus to everyone in your address book when infected). But
note that Microsoft products are not the only vulnerable ones - some versions
of the virus may do similar with Eudora.
Though webmail is less prone
to viruses, an infected email is an infected email - activate the bad content
or attachment somehow and your computer will be infected. The attention to Outlook/Express
and other software is only that it automatically does things with incoming mail.
Up to date desktop protection should be required for every Windows computer
that is connected to the Internet.
22. I received a message saying that I sent someone a virus. Is my computer infected
with a virus?
modern computer viruses spread by emailing themselves out as an attachment to
any email addresses they can find on an infected computer. Then they choose a
random address from that list to forge as the From: address. They can look for
these addresses in that infected computer's email address book, its web browser's
cache, or any documents saved anywhere on that computer. Some less-than-perfect
email virus scanners at some institutions believe the forged From: address, and
will warn the supposed sender that they are infected with a virus. What they fail
to tell you is that either you are infected with a virus or your email address
was forged by a virus that someone else's computer sent. We recommend purchasing
and installing anti-virus software and keeping it up to date on your computer.
23. Why is it that whenever someone sends me an attachment, it keeps getting wiped out
automatically? There would be an error message indicating that the "OE filter potential virus".
is a security feature set on your Outlook Express by default. Do the following
to disable this:
On your Outlook Express, click on Tools > Options > Security
"Internet Zone" and UNCHECK "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that
could potentially be a virus"
Apply and then OK
24. How do I enable SMTP authentication on my Outlook Express?
Please follow the steps below to enable “My Server requires authentication” under your Email Account Properties for Outlook Express:
Launch Outlook Express
Click on “Tools” > “Accounts”
Under the Mail tab, double-click on the email account that is having the email delivery problem
Click "Servers" tab on the Account properties pop-up box
Under Outgoing Mail Server, check “My server requires authentication”
Click on "Settings" button, check "Use same settings as my incoming mail server" under Logon Information. Click OK.
Click “Apply”, then “OK” button
25. Why do I get "550 5.7.1 <sender's email address> ... we do not relay <recipient's email address>"
delivery notice when I sent out email to someone? How do I resolve this problem?
is the result of long period of inactivity on your email client. i.e. you are
not allowed to send email through this mail server as you are not authenticated.
resolve the issue, click on the Send/Receive button on your Outlook Express to
authenticate to the mail server and send the email again.
you may wish to enable “My Server requires authentication” under your
Email Account Properties. Please follow the steps below for Outlook Express:
on “Tools” > “Accounts”
the Mail tab, double-click on the email account that is having the email delivery
"Servers" tab on the Account properties pop-up box
Outgoing Mail Server, check “My server requires authentication”
on "Settings" button, check "Use same settings as my incoming mail server" under
Logon Information. Click OK.
“Apply”, then “OK” button
26. How do I set up Black & White filter?
view the steps on how to set up this function, please click on the link below.