Why is it worth paying for POP Email when I can get other email services for free?
In addition to providing email addresses that use your own domain name, POP Email offers the following:
- Spam protection
- Virus protection
- Access via web browser
- "Catch All" functionality that forwards misdirected email
- Out-of-office responses
- Distribution lists
- Email that contains only your content, no ads.
What are the benefits of having an E-mail only account?
Not everyone needs all the features associated with a host account for a website. Sometimes all you really need is an e-mail account to promote your brand or identity.
Here are a few reasons why we believe an E-mail only account may be right for you:
- You can configure your mobile device to use your POP Email account
- Send and receive messages on your phone.
- You can have up to 10 e-mail accounts on our E-mail 10 Pack plan.
- You can send up to a 50 MB e-mail attachment
- No ads
- Anti-Spam filtering
- Choice of three remote webmail applications (Horde, RoundCube and SquirrelMail)
What else should I consider.
Can I share one POP Email pack among multiple domains?
For example, in a ten-mailbox pak can I use five mailboxes for example.com and five mailboxes for example.net?
No, each POP Email pak is associated with a single domain name.
Do you offer a trial period for POP Email?
There is no trial period available for POP Email, and all sales are final.
Are there limits on how many emails I can send?
By default, our system limits each email address to 500 outgoing emails per day. If you need to send more please contact our technical support team.
Can I use POP Email if my domain does not use your name servers?
You must use our DNS to use our POP Email. For domains not registered with us, you may purchase our DNS hosting service. If your domain is already registered with us, simply configure it to use our name servers.
My ISP will not allow me to use my own SMTP. How do I work around this?
In some cases you can use Port 587 for SMTP instead of the standard 25. Otherwise, contact your ISP to get their SMTP server information and configure your mail client to use that.