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Add User  |  Aliases  |  Forwarding  |  Auto Reponders  
 

Creating a new User
A user is a mail account on the server to which e-mail can be sent and from which e-mail can be retrieved. You add mailbox user accounts when you want to provide someone with access to your site's email services. The instructions below cover creating a new user.

Your email user account is automatically set up when your site is created. The logon name and password for your user account is your Site Administrator account. You can modify the password for this account anytime. You cannot change the username of the site Administrator account.
Step 1
Access the Site Administrator control panel by entering the following URL in your browser:
http://<example.com>/admin
where <example.com> is the domain name of your site.

Step 2
On the left navigation bar, click Mailbox/Users.

Step 3
Click Add email User to domain <domain_name>, where <domain_name> is the name of your site.

Step 4
In the First Name, Middle Name, and Last Name fields, enter the respective names of the user. All these fields are optional.

Step 5
In the UserName field, enter the user name in lowercase characters. This name is the logon name of the user. If the user name is entered in uppercase it is automatically converted to lowercase.
In the Password field, enter the user's password.
In the Confirm Password field, re-enter the password.

Step 6
Click Save.
To remove a user
Repeat Steps 1 and 2 above.
Locate the user account you want to remove, then click in the corresponding Actions column
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Email Aliases
An email alias is a method of mapping a nickname to an actual email address. You can map aliases to email users of your site.
Whenever someone sends an email to an alias at your site, the message is sent to all of the actual email addresses mapped to the alias. Email aliases are a convenient way of adding more email addresses to an existing user account without creating additional mail boxes.

Step 1
Access the Site Administrator control panel by entering the following URL in your browser:
http://<example.com>/admin
where <example.com> is the domain name of your site.

Step 2
On the left navigation bar, click Mailbox/Users.

Step 3
In the Email menu, click Email Aliases. The list of email users and their corresponding email aliases displays.

Step 4
In the User field, click the arrow and select the desired user for whom the alias is to be added.

Step 5
In the text box adjacent to the User field, enter the desired alias. The alias is just the first part of the complete email address, for example, enquiry.
Step 6
Click Add Alias.

To Remove an Email Alias
Repeat Steps 1, 2 and 3 above.
Locate the alias you want to remove, then click in the corresponding Actions column

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Email Forwarding
Email forwarding means re-directing all mail of an user to some other email address, which may or may not be a part of the same domain. Any valid email address can be used as the forwarding address. forwarded messages are accessible only through the account to which they are forwarded. No copies are kept in the user email account.

Step 1
Access the Site Administrator control panel by entering the following URL in your browser:
http://<example.com>/admin
where <example.com> is the domain name of your site.

Step 2
On the left navigation bar, click Mailbox/Users.

Step 3
In the Email menu, click Email Forwards. The list of email users and their corresponding email forwards displays.

Step 4
In the User field, click the arrow and select the desired user for whom the forward is to be added.

Step 5
In the text box adjacent to the User field, enter the desired forwarding email address. The forwarding address must be a complete and valid email address, for example, somebody@somedomain.com.
Step 6
Click Add Forward.

To Remove an Email Forward
Repeat Steps 1, 2 and 3 above.
Locate the forward you want to remove, then click in the corresponding Actions column

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Auto Responders
Auto responders allow the user to create a pre-determined reply message that is sent to all incomming mails, as long as the auto responder is active. Only one auto responder message can be added to an user. An auto responder is useful for setting up a vacation message that replies automatically to all mails of an user, if the user is on vacation and not able to access email.

Step 1
Access the Site Administrator control panel by entering the following URL in your browser:
http://<example.com>/admin
where <example.com> is the domain name of your site.

Step 2
On the left navigation bar, click Mailbox/Users.

Step 3
In the Email menu, click Auto responders. The list of email users and their corresponding auto responders displays.

Step 4
Locate the user for whom the auto responder is to be added, and click in the corresponding Actions column. The Add/Edit User AutoResponder form opens.

Step 5
In the Subject field, enter the subject text.
In the Message field, enter the desired message.
Step 6
Click Save.

To Remove an Auto Responder
Repeat Steps 1, 2 and 3 above.
Locate the auto responder you want to remove, then click in the corresponding Actions column

Remove the text from the Subject and Message fields.
Click Save.

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