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Accessing Your Email After Migration

How to access your email via Webmail

How do I login to my account via Webmail?
There are 2 ways you can access your account online. You can type in www.email.superpages.com, or you can go to http://webmail.exampledomain.com (where exampledomain.com is the name of your website).

What information do I need to login to my email?
You will need your email address (info@exampledomain.com) and your email password.

How do I reset my password?
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Login to your account via Webmail.
·- Click on "Settings" located on menu bar on the left.
·- From the drop down, select "Password".
·- Type in your current password, type your new password and then confirm your password by retyping it.
·- Click on "Change Password" to save these changes.

How do I stop email forwarding?
·- Login to your account via Webmail.
·- Click on "Settings" located on menu bar on the left.
·- Under Email Forward un-check "Enable".
·- Erase the email address populated on the forwarding field.
·- Scroll all the way down to the page and click on "Save All Changes".

How do I setup email forwarding?
·- Login to your account via Webmail.
·- Click on "Settings" located on menu bar on the left.
·- Under Email Forward click "Enable".
·- Type in the email address you want every email forwarded to.
·- Scroll all the way down to the page and click on "Save All Changes".

Now that I have 6 separate mailboxes, can I forward each mailbox to a different 3rd party mailbox (e.g. hotmail, yahoo, aol)?
Yes. You have the ability to redirect each of your mailboxes to different email addresses, if needed.

How to access your email via Email Client (Outlook, Outlook Express)

What email clients are currently supported?
For Windows: Outlook Express, Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird.
For Mac: Apple Mail and Entourage.

What type of account do I have?
You have a POP3.

What are the correct server names to be used after migration?
To confirm, you have the correct settings, please make sure the incoming and outgoing server names have the server prefix plus your domain name:

Your incoming / outgoing server names are:
- Incoming server name: pop.domainexample.com
(where you will replace "exampledomain.com" with your own url).
·- Outgoing server name: smtp.exampledomain.com
(where you will replace "exampledomain.com" with your own url).

If your domain name has "verizonsupersite.com" at the end (exampledomain.verizonsupersite.com), your incoming / outgoing server names are:
-Incoming server name: pop.exampledomain.verizonsupersite.com
(where you will replace "exampledomain" with your own url).
·- Outgoing server name: smtp.exampledomain.verizonsupersite.com
(where you will replace "exampledomain" with your own url).

What is my account name?
Your account name will be your full email address. (john@exampledomain.com)

Does my email client require Secure Password Authentication (SPA)?
No. Secure Password Authentication (SPA) is not necessary.

Does my email client require outgoing server authentication?
Yes. You have to select outgoing server authentication using the same settings as the incoming mail server for your email client to work with your SuperPages.com email.

What are the incoming (POP3) server port and the outgoing (SMTP) server port numbers?
Incoming Server (POP3) uses port number: 110
Outgoing Server (SMTP) uses port number: 25

Does my account use Secure Socket Layer (SSL)?
No. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is not required to connect to the server via an email client (Outlook, Outlook Express, etc.).

 

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