E-Mail and Webmail Basics
This section covers the basics: it explains the different kinds of e-mail addresses you can create and gives other background information.
Our Web hosting service allows you to receive e-mail messages sent to custom e-mail addresses you create.
You can use our Webmail system to read and send e-mail using a normal Web browser.
Explains exactly how to set up many common e-mail programs, with "screen shot" pictures showing what setting goes where.
You can reset an e-mail mailbox password using the account management control panel.
You can change your POP/IMAP mailbox e-mail password using either the Webmail screens or the account management control panel.
Explains how to verify that the settings are correct for many common e-mail programs.
A mailbox is an e-mail address that receives e-mail messages and stores them on our servers.
An e-mail forwarding address simply sends mail to another address. The other address can be a mailbox on our servers or a mailbox on another server.
Explains how to choose between an e-mail mailbox or a forwarding address.
You can create an e-mail mailbox using the "My Account" control panel.
The catch-all address is a special kind of forwarding address. It accepts mail sent to any unknown address.
If your e-mail has stopped working even though you didn't change anything, this page explains the three most common causes.
This topic explains how to change an e-mail address.
Changing your ISP usually won't affect your Tiger Technologies e-mail accounts. However, there are a few things it's wise to check.
Explains how to make sure you don't miss any e-mail when you transfer a domain name.
Gmail will discard any message from and to the same gmail.com address if it goes through another network (including ours).