Migration from Office Mail 2007 to Office Mail 2010
Viewed 35868 times since Tue, Jun 25, 2013
What exactly does the migration entail? We will move all your mailboxes and related data from the current Exchange 2007 platform to the new Office Mail 2010 platform. The old 2007 environment will no longer be supported. The functionality of... Read More
How to link a mail or web hosting package to your domain
Viewed 99858 times since Fri, Dec 7, 2012
1. Log in to the MyAccount control panel. 2. Click ‘Domain names’ in the navigation panel at the left. Click ... Read More
How does Antivirus and Antispam work for Hostbasket mailboxes?
Viewed 9874 times since Thu, Nov 27, 2008
Hostbasket Antivirus and Antispam protect your mailboxes against the harmful effects of viruses and unsafe attachments, and keeps spam and undesired messages away from your mailbox. Hostbasket uses IronPort , a leading company in the field of spa... Read More
Which SMTP server should I use?
Viewed 6669 times since Fri, Nov 28, 2008
An SMTP server is used to send e-mails. Hostbasket customers who use webmail.hostedexchange.be as incoming mail server, are also able to use this mail address as outgoing mail server. By using our server you are able to send e-mails, wherever you a... Read More
What is the difference between POP3 and IMAP?
Viewed 5229 times since Tue, Nov 18, 2008
In simple words, IMAP mail remains on the server whereas POP3 mail is downloaded to the local drive on your computer. This has both advantages and disadvantages: IMAP allows you to access your mails from any computer . They remain available unti... Read More
How do I choose between Mail Plus and Office Mail?
Viewed 4562 times since Tue, Nov 18, 2008
While Mail Plus is confined to private and professional e-mail traffic, Office Mail offers a solution where efficient communication and cooperation are the main focus through Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Outlook. Comparative table Mail PlusO... Read More
What is E-mail hosting?
Viewed 3518 times since Thu, Nov 27, 2008
In order to send and receive e-mails you need a mail server. It stores messages temporarily until they are delivered in your mailbox of the receiver's mailbox. The setup and management of your own mail server requires a lot of knowledge, not to menti... Read More
Is it possible to receive e-mails with IMAP?
Viewed 3021 times since Tue, Nov 18, 2008
Yes. IMAP is available for all mailboxes provided within Hostbasket webhosting solutions and for Mail Plus, both on Windows and Linux.
What is a catch-all mailbox?
Viewed 2945 times since Wed, Nov 25, 2009
A catch-all mailbox will catch all e-mails sent to an e-mail address in the domain for which there is no mail account or alias defined. In this way no mails will be lost, e.g. in case of typing errors in an existing e-mail address. However, a catch-... Read More
What are the advantages of Exchange 2010?
Viewed 1262 times since Mon, Aug 27, 2012
The new version of Exchange helps companies to reduce their costs, increases the availability of their e-mail environment and enables users to deal more rapidly with their e-mail. Some advantages:Quicker storage and larger mailboxes. Compared to Exch... Read More