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Is it best practice to have mail sent from the root domain when the service is accessed via a subdomain name?

Running an outward facing server for contractors who's hostname is sub.example.com. The service needs to send mail to the contractors for various reasons (new projects, login details, etc). I have no ...
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Prevent email interruptions while switching web hosts

I have a website that is currently hosted at a company that also hosts my email address. I am switching hosts soon, and cannot have any interruptions in emails. What is the best way to go about this ...
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Which address should clients use for e-mail server to ensure SSL encryption?

Currently we keep a DNS rule for every client that has mail.domain.com and this helps us redirect their mail to another server like GMail if they don't want to use our server. The problem is that when ...
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Form's being sent from root instead user mail

I have server which is hosting few websites. When user fills form on a website I get it from root@webserver instead from mail which belongs to the hosted website. How can I check why is this ...
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Mail server and web server on different servers

I am writing a PHP application for a client who currently hosts their website on a shared domain with fasthosts. The PHP application is going to be stored on a dedicated server at our location. Part ...
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outgoing mail for web app (multiple domains as sender)

I have a web app "myapp.com" that users can use to set up their own websites. Our application is written in php and should be able to do the following: send mails to our own users "from: ...
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Google Mail Like IMAP (Web) Application

I'm looking for an IMAP web frontend (or client application) that has the features and speed of Google Mail minus the ads and privacy concerns. Most important are simple user interface, fast search ...