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→ We have our own ougoing SMTP server!
- This means that once you have set up your email with us, you will not have to change any settings while travelling abroad.
How to avoid losing your emails when your computer crashes or is stolen:
→ If you have set up your email as a POP account!
- This generally means means that you will access your emails from one machine only and not multiple machines. However you can set your mailer program to leave all mails on the server for x amount of days. You can google the email software you are using, on how to set this up. In the event of your computer being stolen or crashing the mails will still be recoverable as they will be left on the server for the amount of days you have set it to. (Please remember this will only give you access to the emails on the server, all other emails that were in your sent folder will not be recoverable.) As a fail safe, backup your emails to an external drive regularly.
→ If you have set up your email as an IMAP account!
- This will allow you to access your emails from as many devices that you set up your email software on. The mails are left on the server till you actually delete them. If your computer is stolen or crashes the emails will remain on the server and will be accessible as soon as you have setup your software again. The thing to take note of here is that you will constantly be using more disc space as your emails pile up. This means that you will have to increase the disc space of your email package.