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  • What Is a Catch-all?
    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 Useful

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/email/1485-what_is_a_catch-all.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Creating mail filters and rules
    actions section select the action to perform e g Move message to Select the folder or type the forward to recipient s e mail address depends on the action you have chosen To add more actions click the button and repeat the above steps Click Save Editing mail filters From the WebMail main screen click Mail filter and rules link in the left panel Your mail filters are displayed in the left panel Select the filter you want to edit and follow the steps defined in Creating a mail filter section Deleting mail filters From the WebMail main screen click Mail filter and rules link in the left panel Your mail filters are displayed in the left panel Select the filter you want to edit Click Delete button 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/email/974-creating_mail_filters_and_rules.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Creating a Mailbox
    like to use to login to your mailbox In the Password field enter a secure password for your mailbox In the Email aliases field enter the email address you would like for example if you wanted sales namescosupport co uk only enter sales Finally click on Save at the bottom of the page 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 Useful Links Online Control Panel WebMail Login Network Status Terms Conditions Create Account Set up a names co uk account and get access to a hub of resources

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/email/1158-creating_a_mailbox.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Creating a Mail Group
    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/email/1192-creating_a_mail_group.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Configuring Autoresponders for a mailbox
    In here you can define the response which is automatically sent out on receipt of an email SUBJECT TO and FROM can be used as variables to personalise your response back should you wish Once you are happy with the configuration select Save Configuring autoresponders through Webmail To begin login to email account through the Webmail login portal Select User preferences from the left hand menu once logged in to your account You can then select Autoresponder from the left menu Message Status This option toggles the autoresponder on off Message Interval Set the length of time between autoresponses being sent to the same address Message In here you can define the response which is automatically sent out on receipt of an email SUBJECT TO and FROM can be used as variables to personalise your response back should you wish Once you are happy with the configuration select 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/email/1194-configuring_autoresponders_for_a_mailbox.html (2016-02-18)
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  • The basics of Webmail
    Sender Reply to list or to sender and all recipients Forward the message Forward as attachment Print this message Move message to trash It is also possible to right click on an email within Webmail just as you would in a mail client on your local machine The right click menu offers a number of actions that you can take with the selected email s It is worth exploring the available options to get the most from Webmail Using the Address Book Within Namesco Webmail it is possible for you to maintain a list of Personal Addresses and share a list of Global Addresses which will be available to all users of webmail on your account To add a contact to the Address Book start by selecting Create new contact from the left menu of Webmail From the next screen select the Create new contact card icon from the top menu bar Note in the left pane you can select either Personal Addresses or Global Adresses If the contact card is created in Personal Addresses only you will be able to see the contact creating the contact in Global Addresses will allow any user in your account to use view the contact It is possible to drag and drop contacts between the two lists should you ever need to add remove from one list only Once you have selected the Create a contact card icon you will see the Add new contact form on the right of your screen In this form you can add as much or as little information about the contact as you wish Once you are happy with the information which you can modify at any time select Save Once you have your contacts saved in the Address Book you can easily access the list of addresses when composing an email by selecting the Show address book icon highlighted below Once you select the Show address book icon your address book will open in a popup box from here you search and select the contacts your wish to add to your email and whether you wish for them to be the recipient copied in to the mail or blind copied in to the mail to prevent others from their address To add a contact highlight the contact as in the screenshot below and select either Bcc Copy or Recipient Adding a signature You can add a signature to your webmail account which you can then chose to attach or remove from any email you send out The signature will accept HTML code so it is possible to add links and even pictures to your signature To add a signature begin by selecting Account Identities from the left menu of Webmail Now select the identity you wish to create a signature for from the left hand pane as in the screenshot below If you have multiple email addresses attached to 1 mailbox it is possibly to setup separate signatures for each email address on the account by

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/email/1199-the_basics_of_webmail.html (2016-02-18)
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  • How to reset your Email Password through Webmail
    Once you are happy with the configuration select Save Changes through Webmail 3 5 interface Now you are logged in you will be looking at the inbox of your account which will look like the screenshot below Select Settings from the tool bar menu on top You can then select Login settings from the options listed Login settings This option does not require you to type the old password Important To help ensure the security of your account please choose a password that cannot be easily guessed by either a person or machine Your password must be at least 8 characters long and contain at least 1 letter and 1 number However we strongly recommend your password is longer than this and contains both upper and lower case letters numbers and punctuation marks The password strength meter is provided to assist you in choosing a secure password but is not a guarantee of security Once you are happy with the configuration select 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/email/1451-how_to_reset_your_email_password_through_webmail.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Managing the Blacklist and Whitelist features
    package then the link will be called Email FTP More links will then appear in the left hand menu underneath the one you have just clicked on and you will see two called Blacklisted Addresses and Whitelisted Addresses You can enter either the full email address of the sender or the domain from which the email originated For example if the email is from randomspammer myspamdomain com then you could either enter randomspammer myspamdomain com or myspamdomain com Note pay special attention that the email address you are entering is actually the correct one A number of spammers make it appear as if the email has come from another email address to try and hide their tracks so you should check the email headers carefully to see what the real sending address is Note each email address or domain should be entered on a separate line When you have finished click Save at the bottom of the page Note the blacklist will always override the whitelist so if you have a particular email address or domain entered into both then the blacklist entry will be the one that is used 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

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/email/1467-managing_the_blacklist_and_whitelist_features.html (2016-02-18)
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