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 Setting up POP Forward with DNS2Go & VisNetic MailServer
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This article explains how to setup VisNetic MailServer with DNS2Go for the POP forwarding option. With your free DNS2Go domain name, you can host unlimited email addresses. The only limitation to this is your VisNetic MailServer user license.

This article assumes you have already installed VisNetic MailServer and DN2Go.

For this article, the DNS2Go domain name is mydomain.dns2go.com

Open the VisNetic MailServer configuration console:
  1. From the menu bar, click Accounts
  2. Click New Domain
  3. Enter your DNS2Go domain name in the Name field. (e.g.; mydomain.dns2go.com)
  4. Enter a domain description in the Description field. (e.g.; DNS2Go domain)
  5. Leave the IP address field blank
  6. Enter your email address in the E-Mail address field. This email address is the actual account for the postmaster aliases.
  7. Click Save
  8. From the menu bar, click Accounts
  9. Click Add
  10. Click New User
  11. Enter the users name in the Alias field
  12. Enter a password for the account in the Password field
  13. Re-enter the password in the Confirm field
  14. Enter the users real name in the Name field. This is used in autoresponders.
  15. Click Save
Now, set the VisNetic Mailserver to collect mail from the email forwarding address you used when you signed up for the DNS2Go email services.
  1. From the VisNetic Mailserver configuration console highlight the DNS2Go domain in the left-hand window.
  2. Select Accounts from the menu bar
  3. Select Add
  4. Select New Remote Account
  5. Enter a description in the Name field. This is for information purposes only.
  6. Enter the POP3 server the DNS2Go email is being forwarded to in the POP3 field
  7. Enter the account username in the Username field
  8. Enter the accounts password in the Password field
  9. Click the Domain POP button
  10. Click Save

Article Details
Article ID: 36
Created On: Jun 17, 2004 10:55 AM

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