first setup your account with us, you are assigned a default
email account. With certain accounts, you get more than one
email account. To setup additional email accounts, please
need to refer to the account information email that you
received from us throughout this manual.
In the body of the email, you will find following information:
on your domain, you may have [yourdomain].net, .org, or any of
the non-US top level domains or extensions.
What is "DEFAULT EMAIL"?
As you read the instructions below, you will find references
to "whatever@[yourdomain].com. Often times, your default
email address is long and not very easy to remember. At the
same time we can't give everyone simple default email address
since each [username] needs to be unique on each server. But
there is a work around. Your default email is a
"catch-all" email account. This means that when
someone writes to "whatever@[yourdomain].com", it
will end up in your default email box as long as
"whatever" is undefined in your .redirect file. So
in place of whatever@[yourdomain].com, you can put
is the difference between POP3 email account vs. email alias?
POP3 email account comes with its own password. Let's say you
want to give each of your five employess his/her own email
account. Then you would request addtional email accounts to be
An email alias just forwards email to a real POP3 email account.
For example, the name of the POP3 email account is firstname.lastname@example.org
Then you can create email@example.com
as an email alias for firstname.lastname@example.org
This means that whenver someone sends an email to email@example.com,
the email will be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
Email alias can by setup by yourself. For instructions,
please go to Section 2.2