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Can I protect ISP addresses with my vqNow account?

 
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2006 7:39 pm    Post subject: Can I protect ISP addresses with my vqNow account? Reply with quote

Question: Can I use my vqNow service to protect ISP addresses like I did with vqME?
[Asked by David Thompson, FTD Online]

Answer:
Yes, you may include some ISP addresses in your vqNow small business account. This is how:
  • For each ISP address, create a corresponding mailbox on both vqNow and at your existing mail server or email service. They neend't have the same usernames. For example, Dave@cox.net could be matched to Dave-cox@MyDomain.com

  • Forward each ISP addresses to its matchedaddress. Because your MX record points to vqNow, mail will pass through the security server.
Unlike vqME, vqNow does not keep clean mail in its own server. It keeps only Held Mail which is pending sneder confirmation. Clean mail is always delivered to your existing mail service in the same way as it was received. Therefore, the mail is delivered to your the matching mailbox on your server.
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