Mail on Panix

Basic Information
About the Panix Mail System
Dealing with unwanted mail
Help with IMAP and POP clients
Help with specific Unix email clients
Technical Information
General help with email

Mail is stored on a standard RAID-protected server, available via IMAP, POP, webmail, or, for those with Panix shell accounts, Unix mail clients.

The Panix email system makes IMAP access possible, and includes webmail access to your account using SquirrelMail and Roundcube. In addition to letting you read and write email from a Web browser, webmail gives you control over your mail preferences from a single

For instance, from the web interface you can control forwarding, send a vacation message, and/or run SpamAssassin and/or virus checking. You can arrange to have some kinds of spam blocked at the server level. It also offers display options, like color coding your messages.
We also offer spam control.

It's important that you set your mail preferences to use the correct mail server name:
mail.panix.com
for incoming mail (and outgoing too, if you use us for that). To get to webmail, just go to https://mail.panix.com. You'll need to use your email address (including the "@panix.com" part) and your regular password.

We provide our customers with a standard 2 GB of RAID-protected storage, some or all of which can be used for mail.

This section has setup instructions for popular mail clients.

If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, you can mail us directly at staff@panix.com to let us know. A Panix staff member will respond personally to your email.


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Last Modified:Wednesday, 03-Feb-2016 14:12:48 EST
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