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redirecting emails

philsidan
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redirecting emails

Hi Guys,
I have build a website for friends using affilohost, is there a way for them to log on and read their emails without having to go through my premium account.
Thanks Philsidan
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mikeantiga
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Yes, there is. Your friends have to access their email using an email client such as Microsoft Outlook. Please use the settings below:in configuring their email client:

incoming server: mail.yourdomain.com , port 110 , SSL should be disabled
outgoing server: ]mail.yourdomain.com , port 25 OR 587, SSL should be disabled
username: (same with your email address)
password: (your email password)

Here are some additional settings that you might have to consider if you are having issues connecting to our mail server:

*You should use same username/password for both incoming and outgoing servers;

*The option "outgoing server requires authentication" should be checked/enabled;

*Try to interchange the ports 25 and 587 if the current outgoing port is not working

*The option logon using Secure Password Authentication should be disabled/unchecked (Microsoft Outlook only)

If you're having issues connecting to our POP and SMTP servers please send us an email at Affilorama support.
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Update:

I've read your request to repoint your domain's MX record back to GoDaddy. Please wait for 12-24 hours for the DNS for propagate over the internet. Your mail should be forwarding again to your GoDaddy's account after this estimated time frame.
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