For your convenience, we have created documents to help you with a range of applications.
Using Outlook to Access E-mail
E-mail can be sent through a web browser system, more commonly known as 'Webmail'. Hotmail, Lycos and Yahoo! are examples of organisations which provide free webmail services. All our websites come with a webmail system called 'squirrelmail', in which through its easy-to-use interface you can send and receive e-mail on your domain.
One of the more popular ways to send and receive E-mail, is to use an e-mail client such as Microsoft Outlook. Mail is downloaded from the server for your domain, into your Outlook account in which you can read e-mail, send and reply.
Click the link below to find out how to setup E-mail using a desktop client for a website hosted with Web Integrations.
Using Thunderbird to Access E-mailA concise guide on how to set up your e-mail account with Mozilla Thunderbird, our e-mail client of choice.
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