|Settings at a glance||
Use these settings to configure your email and FTP (file transfer protocol) software, and broadband router, for connecting to GreenNet’s online services.
|Web based services||
Links to web based systems for administering databases (phpMyAdmin), ActionApps, mailing lists (mailman), and web based email (squirrelmail, horde).
|A guide to spam||
You’ve received it, you don’t want it, you don’t understand who it’s from or what it’s about. So just press Delete. Or, if you want to recognise, report or block some of the offensive, fraudulent or just plain annoying email that very occasionally gets through GreenNet’s anti-spam systems (or that you’ve come across with other email providers), here is a rundown of the main types.
|Choose your webmail client||
There are two ways of accessing your GreenNet email account on the web.
|Exim and greylisting||
Here are some technical remarks about email transport issues
|Filtering out spam||
You can set your email program to move spam straight to the junk folder, either using any system the program has, or with GreenNet’s own pretty accurate markers.
|Filtering Spam with Eudora||
The following instructions are for Eudora 5/6/7. Eudora 3 looks slightly different
|Filtering Spam with MS Outlook 2000||
If you’re tired of wading through piles of spam each day, follow these instructions to set up automatic spam filters for your Microsoft Outlook 2000 inbox.
|Greylisting and email error 450||
GreenNet uses an effective anti-spam method called greylisting. Occasionally it may cause delays or even bounces emailing someone at GreenNet. However, in most cases this should be resolved at the sending server.
|How to avoid email spam||
E-mail spam, also called junk email or unsolicited bulk email (UBE), is now an unfortunate fact of life for most internet users. GreenNet does more than most to remove spam. What can you do to reduce your chance of getting spam, or to deal with it if you do?
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