Ever wondered how many recipients you can include in an email without triggering spam filters or delivery issues? In this article, we’ll explore these and provide practical guidance on achieving optimal results. Let’s dive in! The Limit: 20 Recipients per Email Typically – email services set a limit of 20 recipients per email. Exceeding this… Read More

To access your emails remotely, simply follow these steps: Open your preferred web browser, either Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, or any other browser. In the web browser’s address bar, type in the following address: “https://webmail.yourdomainname“. – Make sure to replace “yourdomainname” with your actual domain name.– For example, if your domain is “www.your-domain-name.com”, the remote… Read More

Shedding light on how our digital messages travel through the vast virtual landscape. In this article, we will unravel the fascinating path an email follows, from its creation by the sender using an email software program to its ultimate destination in the recipient’s mailbox. The Journey Begins: When composing the email the sender relies on… Read More

Sending Word documents and Excel spreadsheets via email as attachments is a common practice. When attaching any file to your email (usually via the Paperclip icon), the Recipient will have the option to download them directly from their email program. Once downloaded, they can easily open them online, or save the files to their local… Read More

To manage MX records you will need to do the following: Login to your Hosted.com Account Click “Manage Services” – then select “Domains” and “Manage” Select “Manage DNS” Update the MX records or add new MX records if applicable. Save changes – the DNS update will take 30 minutes to propagate. DISCLAIMER:  Any pricing reflected… Read More

Apple Mail is an email application that is included with Apple’s Mac OS X operating system. Here are three options available to locate the Apple Mail Application on an iOS device, as well as how to add Apple Mail to your Dock.  Option 1:  Access via Applications Folder Click on the “Finder” icon located in your… Read More

Open Outlook 2010 or launch the Outlook 2010 application on your computer. Access the “Account Settings” Click on the “File” tab located in the top-left corner of the Outlook window. From the drop-down menu, select “Info” and then click on “Account Settings”. Click “Add Account” in the Account Settings window. Navigate to the “Email” tab… Read More