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 I already have an email account (e.g., mydomain@isp.com, myname@hotmail.com); can I have my email sent there? Article ID: 280
 DNS2Go Yes. You can forward all messages sent to your domain to your existing email address with Email Routing or the Email Forwarding (available separately) service.
 What if I am already running an Email Server, what can Email Routing do for me? Article ID: 281
 DNS2Go Use Email Routing as a Backup service. If your mail server goes down or offline, we will collect all messages sent to your domain for you, ensuring that you do not lose a message. Additionally, we will protect all of your messages fr
 Unable to connect to the DNS2Go Mail Server Article ID: 289
 DNS2Go Here are a few troubleshooting tips: Can you establish a simple telnet session to the DNS2Go mail server on port 25? From the DOS prompt type:
 Dequeuing mail from mail.dns2go.com Article ID: 325
 If your inbound port 25 is blocked, you would have to dequeue the email. Adjusting the port in the online mail manager, http://mail.dns
 ATRN with Microsoft Exchange Article ID: 380
 Microsoft Exchange does not natively support ATRN.   There is an ATRN utility that you can download from the following URL: http://xatrn.panozzo.it/  
 Exchange Sending Mail through DNS2Go MailServer Article ID: 448
 To configure Exchange to send all outbound mail through the DNS2Go mailserver you will need to configure the following:   1) Open Exchange 2) Create a new SMTP Connector 3) Under the General Tab
 Collecting mail from via mail client (Outlook, Eudora) Article ID: 474
 To access your accounts via your POP3 email client (e.g., Outlook, Eudora, etc.), enter the following information in the appropriate fields. The exact instructions to set up accounts will vary according to your specific email clientÂ’s requiremen
 Does the DNS2GO Email Routing Service have spam filters? Article ID: 491
 Q: Does the DNS2GO Email Routing Service have spam filters? I am using the service as an email hosting service, not using my own server. A: The DNS2Go Email Routing service adds X-Spam headers to all inbound messages. It is up to you w
 Stop Spam to Email Routing Article ID: 495
 When using email routing, by default 1 account is created that is domian.com@domain.com which collects all the email for your account. There are many cases where spammers will send to
 Configure your MailServer to send through the DNS2Go MailServers Article ID: 588
 When using Email Routing you have the ability to send all outbound mail through the DNS2Go mailservers. This is useful when: Your mailserver is rejected when sending mail due to a Dynamic IP address. Your ISP blocks you from
 I already own Email Routing, where can I make changes or add new accounts (e.g., tom@mydomain.com, sally@mydomain.com, etc.) to my Email Routing service? Article ID: 277
 DNS2Go All Email Routing service configurations are made in the DNS2Go Mail Manager at: http://mail.dns2go.com/index.html
 Email Routing ETRN Configuration Article ID: 264
 DNS2Go ETRN (Extended Turn) is an extension to the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) that allows an SMTP server to send a request to another SMTP server to send any e-mail messages it has. Typically this involves just issueing t
 Email Routing (evaluation users) Article ID: 265
 DNS2Go Email Routing Setup Guide (Evaluation User) The following guide will outline the fundamentals of how you can use Email Routing for DNS2Go and explain configurations to implement the service in your environment. Thi
 How can I access the Web Mail client for my domain? Article ID: 276
 DNS2Go When Email Routing is enabled, you may access the Web Mail client at: http://webmail.d2gmail.com, and send and receive messages sent to your domain from any Internet browser.
 How do I enable Email Routing? Article ID: 278
 DNS2Go You must have an existing DNS2Go account. Login to your DNS2Go Account Manager at: https://www.dns2go.com/account_admin/index.aspx . Click Buy Email Service.
 How much storage space is included with Email Routing? Article ID: 279
 DNS2Go Email Routing for DNS2Go includes 6 accounts and 20 megabytes of storage space, by default. However, if you require more users or storage space simply contact the Deerfield.net Sales Department at sales@deerfield.net or 989-732-8856, and
 Using MXPurify Email Security with DNS2Go Email Routing Article ID: 618
 When using MXPurify Email Security with DNS2Go Email Routing the following steps need to be done. Your DNS2Go Account MUST be a Professional Account (Learn more about the benefits of a DNS2Go Professional account visit: h
 DNS2Go Email Routing ATRN Configuration Article ID: 262
 DNS2Go ATRN, also known as ODMR (On-Demand-Mail-Relay) is an authenticated TURN session that allows your email server to dequeue email from a remote mail server using a login and password / shared secret to return your email via SMT
 DNS2Go Email Routing Setup Guide Article ID: 263
 DNS2Go Email Routing Setup Guide (Registered User) The following guide will outline the fundamentals of how you can use Email Routing for DNS2Go and explain configurations to implement the service in your environment. This do
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