Advanced Options
You may not have all the advanced options available to you.
Mailbox Settings
Use the 'Settings', 'Archive and 'Import' buttons to navigate between the screens below.
Check Other EMail Accounts
You can use this section to check other email accounts that you might have. The email in the listed accounts will be displayed in your Inbox folder.
  • Host - Enter the address of the POP3 or IMAP mail server for the account here. If checking an IMAP account, you will need to add ':143' to the end of the host, e.g. ''.
  • Username - Enter the username for the account here.
  • Password - Enter the password for the account here.
  • Account ID - The selected account ID will be displayed beside messages that are from this account.
  • Save account detail - Use this once you've filled in all of the fields above, to save the information.
Server Spam Settings
'Spam Filtering' automatically stores email that is suspected to be spam in your 'held' folder for 2 weeks. You can go to your 'held' folder to release messages wrongly identified as spam.
  • Held Messages - This list shows messages which received sufficient rating to be held. See 'Hold'.
  • Hold - If a message is rated equal to or above the Hold message level, then it will be held (not admitted to your Inbox). Any messages held will be held for two weeks in the "Messages" section before being automatically deleted from the Server.
  • Vanish - If a message is rated equal to or above the Vanish message level, then the message will be thrown away.
Webmail Spam Settings
This screen allows you to setup the spam filtering that occurs when you press the 'Inbox' button or login to WebMail.
  • Reject List - When you check mail, if a message is from an email address in your reject list, it will be automatically destroyed, unless you have selected to keep these messages in your Trash folder (using the checkbox).
  • Accept - If you've used the reject list to reject a group of email addresses (e.g., "*"), then you can use the accept list to allow individual email addresses through that would otherwise be rejected, (e.g. "").