1. Sign up for email hosting online. 2. Using the web based admin panel, add your email accounts and configure aliases and forwards as needed. For domain aliases, contact Greatmail support. Generally, during normal business hours, your administration panel should be ready and functional within 2 hours of completing step 1. 3. Add new account connections to your mail […]
Most ISPs do not allow you to connect to third party SMTP servers through port 25. For this reason, we recommend you use port 2500 to connect to our SMTP server with username and password based SMTP authentication. If for some reason, you cannot use port 2500, please contact us for alternate SMTP port numbers.
Yes, in order to connect to our outgoing servers to send messages, you must use SMTP authentication to connect to the server. In your mail client or mobile device settings, you should specify that your outgoing mail server requires authentication using the same settings as the incoming mail server, i.e., your full email address and […]
Webmail for email hosting clients is accessible at: http://webmail.greatmail.com
Yes, email hosting includes nightly snapshot backups.
No, email hosting does not include a mailing list management tool. For small distributions, however, you can create mail forward accounts to distribute messages to groups of recipients. This can be useful in sending internal messages to segments or your entire group. For email marketing, we recommend our Campaign Manager service which allows you to manage email […]
Aliases are variations of an email address associated with a primary email account. Messages addressed to the alias address are delivered to the primary email account. For example, if the following: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com are defined as aliases to: firstname.lastname@example.org then messages addressed to any of the above 4 addresses will be delivered to email@example.com. […]
Greatmail offers “pay as you go” monthly automatic recurring billing by credit card. For established account holders, we can issue annual invoices and accept annual payments by check.
No, domain name registration is not included with email hosting. If you would like Greatmail to register or renew a domain name registration, the cost is $24.95 per year.
Yes, with email domain aliases, one domain can receive incoming mail for one or more other domains. For example, if greatmailcorp.com is configured as an email domain alias of greatmail.com, then any email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org will be delivered to an account email@example.com. If you have one or more domains that you would like to alias to […]