If you want to switch from Google Mail to SmarterMail, you will need to follow the following steps. Before you start, you need to enable IMAP for Gmail. Step 1 – Login into the Gmail account. Step 2 – Click “Settings“, “Forwarding and POP/IMAP” and enable IMAP. Once you have done that, you
This tutorial will guide you on how to use the content filtering features in Smartermail. You may filter anything (e.g. email address, subjects and etc) according to your preferences. Here are the steps to find the Content Filtering feature: Step 1 – Login to your SmarterMail Control Panel Step 2 – Under “Domain Settings“,
Step 1 – First you need to login to your SmarterMail account.
This tutorial is valid for SmarterMail version 7.x and earlier. The interface might be different from the newer version of SmarterMail. Step 1: Log in to your SmarterMail. Step 2: Select the Settings menu.
In this tutorial guide, we shall guide you to set up an email on Windows 8. Step 1 – Click on the “Mail” tile on your Windows 8 start screen. Step 2 – Move your mouse to the bottom right corner of the screen and the charm menu will appear. Step 3
If you have already configured your Email Account in your Apple Mobile Devices and suddenly an error such as “Cannot Verify Server Identity” keep popping out. This means that the devices unable to verify the hostname you are using with the SSL certificates of the server for Email Services. In most situations, you should currently
This thread is going to teach you how to view your domain’s bandwidth monthly transaction which hosted in Linux DirectAdmin control panel. 1.) Log into the DirectAdmin control panel domain user the main page, go into the ‘Site Summary / Statistics / Logs’ page. 2.) You can view your hosting statistics through the page, to
Enforcing’ mode in Selinux is enabled by default. 1) Make a backup copy of SELinux. cp /etc/sysconfig/selinux /etc/sysconfig/selinux.bak 2) To disable Linux, run the following command: cat /etc/sysconfig/selinux.bak | sed s/”SELINUX=enforcing”/”SELINUX=disabled”/g > /etc/sysconfig/selinux You can check SELinux status by running the command below: sestatus
It is not advisable to use your root account regularly as such, we recommend you disable root access but not before you learn how to create a user account with root privileges. Read the tutorial: How to create a user with root privilege. Step 1 – Login into your web server via SSH. Step 2 –
1. Login to your Plesk Control Panel 2. Click on the Mail tab. You should see a list of email accounts 3. Click into the email account that you want to change password 4. Insert your new password and confirm again by retyping it. Click OK after done. Password will be changed.