email as it should have been
Ever been forced to use WebMail, or just been unable to communicate
at all, while travelling? You need never have the problem again!
Of course, if you prefer using WebMail when you're out and about,
also provide one of the most powerful commercial
available . . .
designed for us
PrimePixel Web Services is run by people who work, travel, and live
the internet more than most, and we know how incredibly fiddly
be in those situations.
Have you ever had your ISP blocking outbound mail sent via other
servers, or had your mail refuse to send from a hotel room or even
from a wireless hotspot? It used to happen to us, and finding a host
who cared enough to help
proved virtually impossible.
However, at PrimePixel not only have we configured our systems so
can avoid all those hassles, we tell you about it, and how to
advantage of it. Your welcome email will tell you in detail how to use
the system so
you should never have to change your mail client's SMTP server
You can send all your outbound mail - from home, from work, or from
anywhere in the world - via your own Domain's mail server by making
a few simple configuration changes to your email client.
Complete instructions on how to configure common email clients like
Outlook to take advantage of PrimePixel's advanced email services are
also included in a Knowledgebase article in the Customer Service section
of the site.
Some hosts make WebMail available, and some even bother to tell you,
but usually they'll only be offering the default open-source
software that came with their hosting control panel.
For those times you're stuck without a PC, PrimePixel customers have
access to @Mail, one of the most advanced, commercial WebMail
systems available on the Internet. (It's the system purchased by
companies like Sony, Redhat, Virgin Atlantic, GlaxoSmithKline, NEC,
and Ford Motor