You can log in to get your actual host names.
Domain admin login (email): (the email address you sign up with)
Password: (use the password you entered when signing up on 25mail.st)
In this interface you will be able to manage your email domain. Create and remove mailboxes, aliases and other settings.
If you need to reset your PostfixAdmin admin password you can do that on our mail admin password reset page.
Mailbox users can use that login to change passwords, aliases, and set up vacation auto-replies.
Mailbox users access their webmail interface at: http://example.25mail.st/roundcube
This webmail application features a nice HTML composing interface, also users can tune spamassassin settings and emails filters from the preferences.
For the outgoing server/for sending emails:
SMTP Host: example.25mail.st
SMTP Port: 25,587 or 2525
STMP Connection Security: STARTTLS
SMTP Authentication method: PLAIN or normal password
SMTP Username: the user’s complete email address
SMTP Password: the one asigned for the user in postfixadmin
For the the incoming server/for receiving emails:
IMAP/POP3 Host: example.25mail.st
IMAP Port: 143
IMAP Connection security: STARTTLS
or IMAPS Port: 993
IMAPS Connection security: SSL/TLS
POP3 Port: 110
POP3 Connection security: STARTTLS POP3S
or POP3S Port: 995
POP3S Connection security: SSL/TLS
IMAP/POP3 Authentication method: PLAIN or normal password
IMAP/POP3 Username: the user’s complete email address
IMAP/POP3 Password: the one asigned for the user in postfixadmin
To transfer to 25mail.st: setup you email addresses in our interface. Add those accounts to your email client. Verify those accounts work and send email OK. Change your Email Server (MX) records to point to the 25mail.st servers. Copy email from your old mail host to your 25mail.st account. Do copy the email just copy and paste (or drag and drop) in your email client between the old and the new account. Else you could use something like the imapsync tool.
It is normal that some ISPs block outgoing connections to port 25 for security reasons, this is to avoid normal desktops to send emails and become part of bot net networks when exploited. In case you cannot access port 25, configure the email client to use port 2525 or 587 for the outgoing server.
You can test if you can access the server ports with telnet:
telnet example.25mail.st 25
Connected to example.25mail.st.
Escape character is '^]'.
220 example.25mail.st ESMTP Postfix (Debian/GNU)
221 2.0.0 Bye
Connection closed by foreign host.
In postfixadmin forwards are called Aliases, to add a forward. Click
Virtual List -> Add Alias
You can specify multiple destination email addresses, one per line in the To: field.
It is possible to setup these type of accounts. First you need to create a mailbox in postfixadmin, for doing that:Click Virtual List -> Add Mailbox
Then you need to configure the alias.
in the example is just the mailbox created in the first steps, you need to keep this alias if you wish a local copy of the email be stored in the mailbox.
Server has greylisting enabled, that can cause delays when receiving email, but this filters a lot of spam, mainly originated from bot net networks. For more information on greylisting: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greylisting
Note that this cannot be disabled per domain nor per mailbox.
Note that after the first message we white list the source. So subsequent messages come through right away.
25mail.st is not intended as a bulk email sender. Bulk email sending can have blacklisting implications. Instead we recommend you use 25mail.st for receiving email and sending normal email correspondence. And use a specialized service for sending bulk email. For example, http://sendgrid.com/ or another SMTP server (e.g. the one your ISP provides).
Current limits (subject to tweaking) include: You can send attachments up to 50MB in size. You can send up to 150MB of attachments an hour. You can send up to 100 emails per hour.