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There are two main ways to migrate your email to MechanicWeb. For more advanced users, it can either be done manually using an FTP application or, we offer a migration service to new customers who would like assistance with migrating their emails to their new email hosting account. For more info about migration, visit this.
Regardless of the route taken, we highly recommend the first thing you do before migrating is backup all your existing data and download it to a safe location on your home computer.
MechanicWeb offers customers the option to use their own domains for their email accounts. If you don not have your own domain, you can register one from domain registration page.
MechanicWeb enforces a limit of 300 emails per day and up to 36 megabytes per email. The primary reason is to limit the potential damage caused by computers infected with spam sending trojans. After 300 emails have been sent from your account, you will receive an error message when attempting to send further messages: "462 Daily send limit reached. Please try again tomorrow".
If you need to send more than 300 messages per day as part of your regular operation, please contact us by opening a support ticket.
You can address up to 256 recipients in one single email message. If you add more than 256, you will receive an error: "551 sorry, maximum number of recipients reached".
We choose to deliver all emails destined to a certain user and not use features such as greylisting, which can cause nondelivery of certain messages. The 2 spam folders help to easily spot more obvious spams in HardSpam folder, so that you need to look mostly in the spam folder and not so much inside hard spam.
So you will see two separate folders in webmail or in your email client (you might need to right click on the account root and sign up to them), Spam and HardSpam (below spam folder). In HardSpam, we place all the spam messages for which we are very sure of the classification. In Spam, we place the messages for which we are less sure. This greatly declutters the Spam folder and makes it much more easy to see the contents at a glance.
You can easily change the threshold at which a message is considered spam.
You now have setup an external account and it shall appear on the folder tree, including separate Sent Items folder for it. When composing a new email, you can select to use this secondary account instead of your primary one.
Note: If only want to use a different sender when sending emails, without setting such as sender external account, the procedure is similar to that previously seen.
Now, you can choose another identity in the pull down menu From of the email composition window.
After accessing group office webmail, on the black background bar, click on Address Book> Administration (below, in the blue background bar) > Addresslists.
Give your distribution list a name in the first tab (Properties) and in the Contacts tab, add desired addresses. Note you can add directly from your address book.
When sending a new email (Compose option), click on the Address Book button at the top of the compose window, followed by the Addresslists tab. Click on the contact list that you want to email, then click on one of the buttons to add (add to recipients in to, add to CC or add to BCC) and then click on Close.
When sending a new email, click on the Extra options button/drop down menu, where you can choose to Sign or Encrypt with SMIME.
Ideal is to first send a digitally signed email, so that the recipient can obtain your public certificate and add it to his address book. If you've received a digitally signed email, webmail automatically saves the sender's public certificate in your contacts for that person, so that you can receive cryptographed emails from him.
We take snapshots every night and keep them on a rotating loop for up to 14 days. Each week we make a backup that is stored off site in a secure location. We keep up to 1 month of backup data. This backup provides you an extra layer of safety in the very unlikely event of a server failure.
Email data can be very crucial for some people and therefore, we insist on creating your own backups and not just rely on us entirely, or on any other provider for that matter. To create and manage your own backups of your email accounts, see our other FAQ.
For windows platform, we recommend IMAPSize, which lets you easily backup your IMAP account and even search in multiple folders at once. Other email clients, such as thunderbird, have features or plugins that also allow backup of an IMAP account.
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