POP3 Accounts are full user accounts on the
mail server. Each POP3 user has their own directory
and can read and store email.
Only administrators can add, modify and delete POP3 user
accounts. Normally the administrative account is the
"postmaster" account. Since the postmaster is responsible
for managing all accounts in the domain, it cannot be deleted
You can create users by clicking on the create
POP user button in the POP3 accounts screen, or by
using the fast link on the main menu.
New users require a username and password.
You can also save the users reel name and
include the user on any mailing lists when the
account is created.
To delete a POP3 user account, you click on the
delete button in the POP3 Accounts screen. If a user
is deleted, all stored email will be erased from the
To change a users password, click on the change
password button in the POP3 Accounts screen. The
passwords are not shown on this screen and you must
enter the new password twice to ensure it is entered
The catch-all account is the account that bounced email
is forwarded to. Email is bounced if it is addressed to
an unknown account at the domain, or if there are other
problems with the delivery.
By default, the postmaster is the catch-all
account. You can change the catch-all by clicking on the
catch-all button in the POP3 Accounts screen.
If you do not want a catch-all account, you can disable
it by clicking on the "set no default catch all account"
link at the bottom of the POP3 Accounts screen.
If you choose to not
have a catch-all account, all bounced email will be returned
to the sender.