Whether you are a working professional or just need something for your personal online communication, virtual mail can provide you with all the flexibility and security that you need. Access your emails via an email client on any device, and rest assured that everything is running as it should.
How does it work?
The Virtual Mail service’s core consists of a mailbox (or set of mailboxes) located on a Linux-based mail server farm (group of servers), allowing users to access their mail by means of IMAP or POP3 email protocols, from any Internet location. A user’s mail is retained within the mailbox on the server until downloaded with the POP3 protocol, or remains on the server if synchronizing using the IMAP protocol. The service may also be coupled to an SMTP authenticated mail offering. It also supports SSL protocols for additional security.
Hosted Virtual Mail
(includes Authenticated SMTP and Anti-Spam) (price per account)
(price per account)
Spool/Catch-All POP3 mail account
(unlimited email accounts per domain)
What is Authenticated SMTP?
SMTP Authentication enables you to identify yourself to the mail server through which you want to send email. Instead of any person being able to send mail through any server, mail servers will only allow the sending of email by legitimate users.
How it works:
When you are busy sending an email, your mail client, such as Outlook, will identify itself to the mail server by supplying the username and password of your email account. Only if these credentials are valid, the user’s mail is accepted and will be processed and sent to its recipient destination.
What is a spool or “catch-all” mailbox service?
All mail to the specified domain will go into one mailbox, from which the client’s mail server may download the emails and distribute to correct individual user mailboxes.
*Requires a client to have their own registered domain.
*May additionally require a dedicated client-specific mail server, which can be virtual or physical, hosted or on-premises.