What are my mail server names?

Your mail server names are mail.yourdomain.com. The server name will be the same no matter how many email accounts you set up.

To create or delete a email account, go to your control panel at https://www.yourdomain.com:2083 and choose the Mail Manager option. You can add a new email account by clicking the appropriate link. To delete an existing email account, click the name you wish to delete and then choose delete. You cannot delete the default mail address, which corresponds to the username you chose when opening your account.

An email alias is a name@yourdomain.com that does not have a corresponding POP3 box set up. For example, if you have a mail box called sales that is your default, but you have not created any others, mail to anyone@yourdomain.com will be sent to the sales box. If someone were to email webmaster@yourdomain.com, in this example, that mail would be forwarded to the sales mail box.

The easiest way to configure for Outlook Express is to use the Outlook Express AutoConfg link in the Add / Remove Accounts page.
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