(Francophones: Vous pouvez consulter vos mails en français! Cliquez ici pour l'essayer, ou contactez le email@example.com pour vous renseigner.)
To get your own e-mail address @durussel.net, please start by reading the information below.
Interland, the web hosting provider for durussel.net, provides a web-based mail facility called "InterMail" that is quite robust, including many useful features:
As of this writing (June 2006), about 20 mailboxes remain to be given out to persons interested in having their own e-mail address @durussel.net. To request an address, please send e-mail (from another existing account) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Access your mail from any web browser simply by navigating to http://durussel.net/mail, or use the POP3 protocol to transfer messages back and forth between the mail server and your computer using a program such as Microsoft Outlook Express.
- Store familiar e-mail addresses in your personal on-line address book, with nicknames for easy reference when composing a new message.
- Create your own folders and save mail for future reference.
- Specify up to 10 aliases that people can use to send messages to your mailbox. For instance, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org both route messages to the same mailbox.
- Configure the appearance of messages that you send (for instance, by automatically appending a standard signature) as well as the display of the window in which you read your incoming mail.
- Include up to 10 MB of attached files in a single mail message (although many client programs and mail servers will reject messages with attachments larger than 5 MB).
- Use Interland's CatchGuard™ filtration system to remove viruses from your mail messages and to reroute unwanted mail ("SPAM") to a separate folder.
- Set up a vacation message so that others will know you are temporarily unavailable, or have your mail forwarded from durussel.net to another e-mail address of your choice (either temporarily or permanently).
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