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  • Configure Spam Filtering
    any Emails webmail suspects is spam This option is only of use to you if you have selected a spam destination of anything other than Reject all suspected spam The Spam protection threshold section includes a spam protection level slider if you currently allow suspected spam to arrive to your inbox to your junk folder or an alternative mailbox to that of your own and you feel that there is too much spam you should move the slider left It s recommended that each time you revise these settings that you do so by increments of one to opt for increments of more than one on the slider might mean that Emails from common contacts with an over average spam score assigned to their Email content Email address or their domain name may no longer be able to reach you and their Emails may fall into the spam trap If you feel that you don t receive spam and that you re missing Emails from legitimate contacts of yours you can slide the level to the right making the mailbox more tolerant of spam spam level 6 is usually sufficient When you re happy that you ve finished with these options press Save Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2671-configure_spam_filtering.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Configure Virus Protection
    all Emails containing a suspected virus being denied access to your mailbox altogether in selecting Junk Email Folder Emails containing a suspected virus will be denied access to your webmail inbox but will be redirected to your Junk folder so you can determine for yourself if they are safe to open then lastly the Send to user option so if you would prefer that another mailbox you have setup on the domain receives these Emails instead select the substitute mailbox from this drop down list When you re happy that you ve finished with these options press Save Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2672-configure_virus_protection.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Creating sub folders
    as a conversation thread Once you have completed these fields press Save In our example the New Customers folder was created as a sub folder of the Business folder and will appear beneath this folder wherever in WebMail these folders appear You can save space in the navigation by clicking the bold or minus symbol next to the parent folder this will hide any sub folders beneath it when you want these to display again press the or plus symbol and they will appear once again Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2673-creating_sub_folders.html (2016-02-18)
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  • How to add a new folder
    Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2674-how_to_add_a_new_folder.html (2016-02-18)
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  • How to add a signature
    Adding a link or a logo Ensuring that HTML Signature is ticked you ll notice the HTML text formatting toolbar in your signatures area These three icons are of particular interest as in the order displayed they will help you add a link to text remove a link from text and add an image logo To create a link first highlight the text in your Email which you d like to become a link to another page or an external web page then click on the link icon and this window will appear add the URL the web address you want the link to send your Email recipient taken to when clicked the Text to display should contain the words in your signature which you wish to become a link the Title is a description of the link such as Our Website words that appear when someone simply hovers their mouse over the link to see what it does and the Target relates to what happens in the recipients web browser when the link is clicked should the browser open this link in a new tab new window or not You can choose here The next icon which looks like a broken link in a chain unlinks any text that have had links assigned to them Highlight the linked text with your mouse then click the unlink icon this will render the text as normal text The final icon refers to pictures for the purpose of the signature this is usually a company logo for example You can upload your image or logo here define it s dimensions too Setting the dimensions is recommended unless your original image logo file is already small enough to sit in a foooter the option to constrain proportions of the image means that regardless of the size you reduce it to the image doesn t distort unticking the constrain proportions option is generally not recommended unless you re particularly unhappy with the original image file Once the signature is finished press Save To ensure that your signature is or is not displayed in the footer of each Email you write be sure to check your identity preferences you can find these by clicking on Settings up in the top right of your screen then as below select Preferences Composing Messages and scrolling down to Signature Options Again press Save when you re done Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2675-how_to_add_a_signature.html (2016-02-18)
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  • How to delete a folder
    Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links Online

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2676-how_to_delete_a_folder.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Setting up Autoresponders
    responses 1 Day If one person sends you 5 Emails throughout the day they will only receive one automated response regardless of the intervals 7 Days If one person sends you 5 Emails per day every day of the week for 7 days they will only receive one automated response if they continue to send more on the following week they will receive one more automated response and so on In the Message area you can set the message text the content of the automated response that is sent to your contact where SUBJECT adopts whichever subject the Email sender wrote to you about so if they simply wrote a subject of Birthday party the response they receive back be regarding this and the TO field would give your name Further down the Email you ll see it says Dear FROM this is where WebMail will automatically fill in the name of the person that Emailed you When you re happy you have completed setting up your autoresponder press Save Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2677-setting_up_autoresponders.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Adding attachments to an Email
    Email recipient who is not also a customer of ours they may not be able to receive files as large as this so it s a good idea to send a follow up Email without an attachment just to check that it s been received If it s important that you share large files you might want to consider alternative methods such as peer to peer messaging applications or file sharing platforms such as Microsoft Sharepoint included with Office 365 packages Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/webmail/2678-adding_attachments_to_an_email.html (2016-02-18)
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