Our email hosting service takes the pain out of setting up email within a VPS. You get your own space, separate from your VPS to do simple tasks like setting up a domain to have email. If you haven’t already explored the features of our Premium Business Email, we offer robust services like Microsoft Exchange that over up to 1TB worth of space! Alternatively, if you are looking for something smaller, our Standard and Plus mail service may fit your needs with 25 GB worth of space. Check out how straightforward it is to delete a domain from our user-friendly control panel.
To remove a domain from your Premium Business Email hosting service, log in to your Liquid Web control panel. If you have never logged into the Liquid Web control panel, you can follow our article to learn how!
Deleting a Domain from our Email Hosting
Performing this action deletes your data permanently. However, the email system retains your mailbox information on the servers for 14 days after permanent deletion. Should you need to recover your deleted mailboxes? Contact our support team to assist with recovery of deleted mailboxes.
1. Log into your Liquid Web control panel. From the main overview screen, click on the Domains tab on the left-hand side. You will be taken to the Domains Dashboard window, now click on the Email tab.
2. On the Email Domains Dashboard, find the domain that you want to delete and click on the three dots to the right hand side of the screen. Once you click the three dots, you will be prompted with a Remove Email Service button.
3.After you click on the Remove Email Service button you will be presented with window that will ask you to verify that you do indeed wish to delete the email domain from our Premium Business Email service. For confirmation you will need to type in the email domain, once entered, the Delete all Mailboxes and Messages button will light red.
There you have it! Effortlessly remove and add a domain within your control panel, it’ s everything you need to be an email admin, all located in one spot. Check out our affordable options and find out why more people are switching to Premium Business Email.
Migrating your email from your server to Liquid Web’s Premium Business Email is made easy with our free self-service migration tool. From your browser, navigate to https://liquidweb.selfmigration.com and follow the instructions below. If your migration seems to be taking longer than expected, please see the troubleshooting section of this article. Continue reading “Using the Self-Service Email Migration Tool for Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange”
Resetting passwords in your Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange is a painless experience with the tools available for either self-service password recovery or by having an administrator change your password for you. This tutorial will outline how to recover a lost or forgotten password in your email account. Continue reading “Resetting Passwords in Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange”
Your Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange comes with a support tool with everything you need to set up your email client on desktop and mobile devices. You also have access to troubleshooting and repair information in case you run into issues during and after the webmail client setup. If you have Premium Business Email Plus, the email help tool will allow you to set up your Cloud Drive for document storage and sharing as well as learn how to use Mobile Sync for your device setups.
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No one likes email spam, it’s a fact! There are ways to filter spam with your cPanel email, but what if you had automatic spam filtering that provided better protection and the ability to determine how it’s filtered? The answer is here with Liquid Web Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange. Once you activate your Premium Business Email or Hosted Exchange account, you have access to and control over how your spam is filtered and delivered. Let’s take a look at how it works! Continue reading “Adjusting Spam Filtering in Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange”
Other than the platform you get your mail on, there’s really no difference between how you add a mailbox with your Premium Business Email or Hosted Exchange email. Adding an individual mailbox is an easy process that just takes a few moments, or you can add multiple mailboxes all at one time. Continue reading “Adding a Mailbox in Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange”
Just like adding a single mailbox, adding multiple mailboxes at once is nearly an identical process for both Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange. Adding Multiple mailboxes comes in handy for migrating your email to Liquid Web Premium Business Email or Hosted Exchange. With just a simple spreadsheet, you can create all the mailboxes you need for your organization. Let’s take a look at how! Continue reading “Adding Multiple Mailboxes in Premium Business Email and Hosted Exchange”
Step #1: Add or Edit the Email Account
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In this article we will go over the process used to investigate Email delivery issues on a WHM server. This can be helpful when a user is having issues receiving or sending Emails. The Mail Troubleshooter tool provided in WHM works by tracing the route an Email would take when sent to the provided Email address. Continue reading “Troubleshooting email in WHM”
DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is a way to attach an encrypted digital signature to emails sent by your domain/server. Similar to adding an SPF record to your server, DKIM help to prevent email spoofing.
Email spoofing is when spammers send email that looks like it’s coming from your email address. Spammers spoof your address to make it more likely that recipients will open spam emails, less likely that messages will be marked as spam, and harder to find the true spam source. If your address is spoofed, your server could get flagged as a spam server and you can have trouble sending legitimate mail, even if you aren’t doing anything wrong. This is commonly known as having a bad mail reputation. Continue reading “Enabling DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM)”