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Most Internet email services have a capacity quota for email attachments.  The general rule is nothing over 25MB.  It is better to be under that quota.  If you need to send very large files then you will need to use another method for sending your files.  Contact us for more information on this.

Setting Up Your Email Software to Receive Your New Email Address on your device.

E-Mail accounts at your domain name have a maximum suggested web server quota of 1240 MB.

If you have set up new Email accounts on the web server through your Control Panel, now you must set up your Email client on your computer to receive them.

First of course you need to be able to connect to the Internet for your Email client to get the server, so you will need an Internet connection.

Next you have to tell your Email client where to go to pick up your messages at your new Email address and deliver them to your device.  To do this you need to set up a new E-mail account with your Email client on your computer/device, with your domain name as the POP3 or IMAP, and the new address you created as the Email address, plus the corresponding password.

Some email programs allow you to pick up multiple accounts or identities. In those cases you can just set up a new identity inside another account and add these items in the corresponding places.
Below are the suggested properties for setting up emails on your devices.

Anyone connecting a mail client (such as Outlook) securely to the server needs to use the following settings, with their full email address and password:
The server name is dmwinet, not dmwnet. There is an i between the w and the n.

Incoming Server:
    IMAP Port: 993
    POP3 Port: 995
Outgoing Server:
    SMTP Port: 465

Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

There is a setting under the advanced tab that you need to change to SSL.  Put a check mark in the line of text that says: “This server requires an encrypted connection”. Then change the type of encrypted connection to SSL.