Author Archives: Ryan Koetstra

Deleting Mail From Webmail

Mail stored on the Hosting server can sometimes cause a web site to Exceed the Resource Limits of the Hosting Package. Deleting mail may be necessary to recover space. See Exceeding Resource Limits on how to determine which mailboxes are taking up space. Mail Client Settings Sometimes, adjusting mail client settings will fix the problem. If the account is set up as POP3, there is usually an option to “Leave copy of messages on server.” If enabled, this downloads a copy of the message when you check for new mail and leaves a copy on the server. This allows you Read more

Exceeding Resource Limits

Nexicom Web Hosting packages have Disk Space limitations for the amount of data stored on the server. This data includes web site files, emails, databases, and logs. A notification will automatically be emailed to the account holder once the space limit is approaching or has been exceeded. Notification An example of the email notification: <hosting#.nexicom.net> Notification: Resource usage by subscription has exceeded the allotments. The ‘domain.ext’ subscription, owned by user ‘Subscriber Name’, is approaching or already exceeded the resource usage limits: Disk space: 1 GB limit / 1029.4 MB (101%) used / 0 MB (0%) remaining Disk Space Usage To Read more

Hosting Email Setup

These are the general mail server settings for email accounts included in our web hosting packages (not @nexicom.net accounts). These would need to be entered in your mail client. Incoming Mail Server: Host Name – mail.yourdomainname.comUser Name – Your full email addressPassword – Your email passwordPort – Depending on account typed used – POP is 110 or IMAP is 143SSL – off Outgoing Mail Server: Host Name – mail.yourdomainname.comUser Name – Your full email addressPassword – Your email passwordPort – 587SSL – offAuthentication is required