View Full Version : can direct me to setting up email 101?
03-14-2006, 04:10 AM
I have searched the FAQ. I have never had a domain before and need to learn how to set up the contact info in my email for my site(s) (have more than one).
is there a place for find out how to do this from scratch?
I appreciate anyone directing me to a place to find out how to do this.
03-14-2006, 12:06 PM
not sure what you're asking. are you trying to create an email signature to go at the end of your emails, or just setting up an email address?
03-14-2006, 06:50 PM
from step 0. don't understand why there are 3 (horde, squirrel, etc.?) and how do I "address" it?
meaning is there a default as in "INFO@mydomain.com" or "email@example.com". Or do I need to assign it or do some such thing.
how are the subdomains routed to the main, etc. I've seen a program for it, but don't want to open anything up for fear of really screwing things up (I've done it before, lol).
I've tried sending an e-mail to the site (don't even know how to link it from my site even) from isp e-mail or yahoo to no avail. mail-daimon just kicks it back. so, see? I'm clueless.
thanks for any help whatsoever!:o
Please read these instructions from the cpanel instructions (http://bluehost.com/help/) first to familiarise yourself with the "how to" portion of this topic.
Please don't hesitate to request more detailed information if you still need it.
Also: if you are unfamiliar with the cpanel and your not sure about opening something, you can freely browse the demo cpanel here (http://www.bluehost.com/cgi-bin/cplogin?domain=blewhost.com&password=demotest) without damaging anything just to familiarize your self with the way it works.
03-16-2006, 07:50 AM
you ARE my new hero!
you ARE my new hero!
I want to be someones here :(
03-12-2007, 07:34 PM
1. Click on the Default Address link in the Mail area.
I cant even get to step one. I don't know how to get to this place:
03-12-2007, 07:46 PM
The ability to capture unrouted email has been shut off, because it was bogging down the system, so skip that step!
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