ASSP (Anti Spam Smtp Proxy) is installed on Storm Web servers to effectively combat spam. ASSP includes RBL, Bayesian filter, HELO, SPF, PTR, MX & A record checks, an advanced Penalty box, Delaying (greylisting) filter, URIBL , BombRe, automatic whitelisting, SPAM Scoring mode, ClamAV antivirus integration, SPAM reports, and much more. ASSP is considered to […]
There is no limit to the size of the file (MB) that can be attached and sent in an email. However the sending of mails with large file attachments is not recommended due to the fact that they may not be delivered to the intended recipient(s) as many mail networks will reject mails with a […]
On our cPanel servers the only limit to the amount of mail that can be stored is the storage limit of the hosting plan. So if the hosting plan has 5GB of disk space then a large portion of this can be used to store email. Of course if you have a Website you need […]
Instructions on how to enable SMTP Authentication in mail clients such as MS Outlook, Windows Mail, Entrourage etc. is available in the downloads section, click here.
You will find all the information you require to configure and manage the ASSP spam/virus filtering service in the the user guide, VIEW HERE (pdf).
CPanel users can access their Webmail by typing the Web address http://www.domain.ie/webmail into a Web Browser e.g. Google Chrome (N.B. replace domain.ie with your domain name when entering the address). Webmail can also be accessed via your cPanel. cPanel Webmail (Roundcube), click here. cPanel Hosting Control Panel, click here. Gigamail users can access their Webmail […]
Login to your cPanel at www.yourdomain.ie/cpanel and in the Email section of your cpanel you will find the Spam/Virus filtering section. (N.B. replace yourdomain.ie with the domain you want to access)
When setting up a an email addresses in your email software e.g. MS Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird or Smart Device such as an iPhone or iPad etc. the settings below are required. Links to the user guides are also provided below to assist you in setting up and configuring mail accounts in your mail software. If […]