How to prevent your hosting account and emails from getting hacked.

You might have had the experience where your website hosting account was compromised or a more common word – “hacked”. For those who haven’t experienced this, it means that a perso

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Domain has exceeded the max defers and failures per hour

Domain yourdomain.co.za has exceeded the max defers and failures per hour (9/5 (90%)) allowed. Message discarded. When you see or receive this message after trying to send an email, it means that you

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Remote web hosting support with Teamviewer

We now offer remote support if you need any help setting up your emails or any other hosting help that you need. You you need to do is download the Teamviewer quick support application from below and

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When sending out emails I get this error code: Error (0x800CCC65) internal error 503 Valid RCPT

The reason for this issue is that your mail client fails to authenticate to the server. Generally, this is caused by the MS Outlook SMTP authentication not switched on. Please follow this link on how

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When I try sending an email with Outlook it bounces back or fails?

The most common reason is the size of the attachment. iCreate Hosting does not enforce an attachment limit, but if you’re sending a 10mb or larger attachment it may fail because the recipients s

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Setting up email on your BlackBerry

You can definitely set up your Blackberry to use email. To get to the email setup site: If there’s an Email Setup option on your smartphone’s home screen, click it. Alternatively, there is a setup

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Receiving and importing your emails in Gmail and also sending from Gmail

Google allows users to setup Gmail to receive email from other email accounts. Eg: You can receive your company email (mike@mycompany.co.za) using Gmail. You can setup a maximum of 5 other email a

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POP3 vs IMAP vs Webmail Email

IMAP IMAP4 allows you to read emails as they appear on the hosting server. Any changes you make (delete, reply, forward, move) are seen by anyone else who logs into webmail or IMAP. This is the perfec

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