Hence, the BT Mail support comes with the helping hand to filter such emails and remove them from the mailbox.
The users can also get customize settings to automatically delete spam or junk emails as it comes. Email exchanging takes much time: If while sending and receiving email via BT Mail is taking too much time than usual, then there is surely some issue with the mail delivery system. Actually, the mail delivery is scheduled by your email service provider and due to the internet problems it may take some extra time. If Mac users are facing this issue very often then they to get connect with the tech support team to avail useful troubleshooting measures.
Problems occur in sending large emails or multiple attachments: BT Mail users trying to send large emails or too many attachments in a single mail can see the error message sending failed. Actually, there is a limit to sending emails via BT Mail and if you send the email beyond that capacity then it shows problems. So you have to divide the particular file in multiple files and then send it to one by one via emails. Thus, the listed troubleshooting measures surely help you in managing the all issue of BT Mail on Mac.
In case, you are availing any issue with your email account or you are not able to perform the task then you can also contact to the BT Helpline Number UK to avail instant and precise troubleshooting measures to fix down the all issue in a quick manner.
Learn how to set up your Office email account in Mac Mail. Follow our simple steps and find the correct settings to ensure you receive your emails directly to. You can also set up your email to be used with an email client. This is an email program or application on your computer or device, like Apple Mail, Outlook or.
The technicians are also there to help the customers as they are much qualified and experienced in providing appropriate help to0 the customers. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. Get Started. Doing the above will also remove ties to BT. Under your current setup if you were to leave for another ISP they would charge you if you wish to retain the address.
Stig Posts: 12, Forum Member. As above, get your own domain. Anything is better than a BT Internet address!
I use Heart Internet. Office can then use your domain. I've got my own. Is that what you mean by domain? This is because I thought the mail traffic from my website was one way only! I don't think I've properly understood the relationship between Outlook and other components. Stig says a little fiddly to configure with Outlook, could you give me some pointers please?
I know how to remove or change the recipient address on my website settings. So if I remove that forwarding address and then open an Outlook account bearing that e-mail address, can I send as well as receive, using Outlook? You have to set it up in the Office Admin website. There are lots of clear instructions. You should also be able to use your BT address in parallel in the meantime. Many thanks for this,Stig. Who did you buy your domain name through?
You will need instructions for editing the DNS entries. Sitebuilder are the registrar and web host.
Ultimately I want to move registrar and web host and separate them out. Sitebuilder does not make it "easy" to migrate. On their e-mail support page they provide guidance "Configuring Outlook"- this includes details for POP3 and IMAP such as port numbers on incoming and outgoing servers and security settings..
Presumably only when I change web host will I need to change the Outlook settings? You need to add the domain rather than the email account. See Stig's link above. Once you have done this all of email and mailbox management will be done in rather than Sitebuilder. Thanks both. This is what they've now sent to me Thank you for reaching out to our support team. I am glad to assist you. Please use the following email setting for the Outlook: 1. Incoming pop email server: imap.
Outgoing email server: smtp. Password: mailbox password 5. Incoming port: 6. So, will this be for DNS or am I just being given rights to receive and send. Sorry folks if this sounds a bit lame, I just don't have much faith in Sitebuilder.
If this does give me control over DNS, great. They could have said "Yes, we do give DNS hosting for Office , here's how to do it " or "No,we don't, but here's how to control your e-mail account whilst we are your web host.. My expertise is taxation.
It's horses for courses. But what I definitely am is the customer paying them a fee. My interest in this is primarily having indefinite control over an e-mail address regardless of which bunch of you know what look after the web hosting.
When I move hosts later I want to continue with the same domain and e-mail address. At the moment Sitebuilder just forwards to my BT e-mail account-does not go to Outlook. So I don't have control of any mailbox in Sitebuilder.
I just receive e-mails incoming to Bt mail. So I will create a new Outlook e-mail account and apply settings. Bit confused now though as to DNS in relation to what I want to achieve. Having just read this thread from the start it seems to me that the OP is asking for help with problems that do not need a solution.
The support people at BT and Sitebuilder probably seemed unhelpful because they could not understand why he has a problem - neither do I. I assume that "Outlook" is the full Outlook email client that comes with most versions of Office