How do I access my domain email account?

POP Email Clients:

Although your email boxes are accessible through webmail (Horde & SquirrelMail) we recommend that you use an e-mail client to obtain the full benefit of your email accounts. Here is a list of common POP capable e-mail clients

Shoppe Pro recommends Mozilla Thunderbird for Windows Users and the Mail program for Mac users. 

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» Thunderbird
» Microsoft Outlook Express
» Microsoft Outlook
» Netscape Communicator
» Pegasus Mail
» Claris Mail
» IncrediMail
» Opera
» Qualcomm Eudora

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Webmail:

You can also access your domain email by typing in a /webmail behind your domain. Example - http://yourdomain.com/webmail. For username, enter the entire email address that you created, then the password you created. Here you will have the option to access your mail via either Horde or SquirrelMail.

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