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my-knownhost:manage-services:wordpress:tour:email [2017/08/29 22:13]
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 On this page, you can add and manage email accounts for your domain. On this page, you can add and manage email accounts for your domain.
  
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 ===== Creating an Email Account ===== ===== Creating an Email Account =====
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 Once all of the needed information has been entered in, click the "​CREATE ACCOUNT"​ button. Once all of the needed information has been entered in, click the "​CREATE ACCOUNT"​ button.
  
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 ===== Changing Email Account Quotas ===== ===== Changing Email Account Quotas =====
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 Once email accounts exist, you can still change their quotas. In the Account List at the bottom of the screen, click the "​CHANGE QUOTA" button in the row of the desired account. Then a new box will appear beneath the row. There, type the new quota((again,​ in MB)) in the box labeled "​Quota"​ and then click "SAVE CHANGES"​. Or, you can close the new box by clicking "​CLOSE"​. Once email accounts exist, you can still change their quotas. In the Account List at the bottom of the screen, click the "​CHANGE QUOTA" button in the row of the desired account. Then a new box will appear beneath the row. There, type the new quota((again,​ in MB)) in the box labeled "​Quota"​ and then click "SAVE CHANGES"​. Or, you can close the new box by clicking "​CLOSE"​.
  
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 ===== Changing Passwords ===== ===== Changing Passwords =====
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 You can also change the password of an email account. In the Account List, open the dropdown box next to the "​CHANGE QUOTA" button, and choose "​Change Password"​. That will open a new box for changing the password. As before, you will need to enter the new password both in the "​Password"​ box and the "​Confirm Password"​ box. As always, be sure to choose a [[security/​misc/​how-can-i-generate-a-secure-random-password|secure password]]. You can also use the "​GENERATE PASSWORD"​ button to generate a password for you. When you are finished, click the "SAVE CHANGES"​ button to save your changes. You can also change the password of an email account. In the Account List, open the dropdown box next to the "​CHANGE QUOTA" button, and choose "​Change Password"​. That will open a new box for changing the password. As before, you will need to enter the new password both in the "​Password"​ box and the "​Confirm Password"​ box. As always, be sure to choose a [[security/​misc/​how-can-i-generate-a-secure-random-password|secure password]]. You can also use the "​GENERATE PASSWORD"​ button to generate a password for you. When you are finished, click the "SAVE CHANGES"​ button to save your changes.
  
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 ===== Webmail ===== ===== Webmail =====
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 You can also use this page to access Webmail for the new email account. First, choose "​Webmail"​ from the dropdown box next to "​CHANGE QUOTA"​. You can also use this page to access Webmail for the new email account. First, choose "​Webmail"​ from the dropdown box next to "​CHANGE QUOTA"​.
  
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 The first time you access the webmail, there will be an option to choose Roundcube, Horde, or SquirrelMail as a default webmail application. You can also simply click on one of the applications to use it now without setting any default at this time. Below this, downloadable automatic configuration scripts are available for some mail clients, that you can download and run on your computer or mobile device to configure your mail client for you. Also from this screen there is a User Preferences menu in the top navigation bar, which will remain there in the webmail applications as well. The first time you access the webmail, there will be an option to choose Roundcube, Horde, or SquirrelMail as a default webmail application. You can also simply click on one of the applications to use it now without setting any default at this time. Below this, downloadable automatic configuration scripts are available for some mail clients, that you can download and run on your computer or mobile device to configure your mail client for you. Also from this screen there is a User Preferences menu in the top navigation bar, which will remain there in the webmail applications as well.
  
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 Also on this page, you can view the settings needed in order to configure a mail client manually, or send configuration instructions to an email address of your choice. Make sure if emailing yourself instructions that you are emailing them to an address you will be able to read them at. Also on this page, you can view the settings needed in order to configure a mail client manually, or send configuration instructions to an email address of your choice. Make sure if emailing yourself instructions that you are emailing them to an address you will be able to read them at.
  
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my-knownhost/manage-services/wordpress/tour/email.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/09 21:02 by Daniel P.