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We use gmail to send and receive email, but use our inmotionhosting.com domain. Frequently, we get this rejection message. Sometimes the message still goes through. Somettimes not. How do we prevent this from happening? This message was created automat
I have email hosted on CPanel. Our doamin is www.1stlaw.org. For about a month now, for inexplicable reasons, every time i try to log into my email, it reads 'login invalid'. I ma so frustrated and cant get support from anyone. Whats going on?
We use your email. I am having a problem with the passwords for firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com They work on my iphone, but not on my PC. I need to change the passwords for these two. How can I make that happen?
For example, I have a user level filtering rule that states if an incoming messages contains a certain name that that message should be deleted. Running a test on the rule w/ a sample shows that the rule is working.
However, the message is never deleted; it's just marked as spam by Spamassassin. This suggests that messages hit Spamassassin before they make it to User Level Filtering and, further, that messages marked as spam (and, thus, moved to my spam folder) are never subsequently run through my User Level Filtering Rules.
But then I see the occasional message show up in Boxtrapper that has the ***SPAM*** tag at the beginning of the subject line (but it's rare).
Can somebody explain to me this ordr of precedence?
All our other accounts are POP3 and work however we have one email account that is IMAP it sends and receives email ok. However Outlook keeps Popping up with an annoying message about "CA root certificate". It will not accept it once and go away.
Do you know what could be causing this?
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