How can I remotely access my e-mail?
To access the webmail remotely from any computer that has a web browser, go to: http://yourdomainname/webmail/. Simply enter the email address and password of the email account that you wish to access.
If you are behind a network firewall which has restricts what ports are available, you can use a third party provider such as mail2web.com. At mail2web.com make sure you choose the advanced login feature and specify your domain name when logging in. Also make sure you use your full email address as your username.
Gmail, Yahoo and other email hosts offer a POP service were your email is downloaded to your account with Gmail or Yahoo. You can find more information on this topic by clicking on these links:
Gmail POP and Yahoo POP
You can also use our alternate webmail login page to login to an email account: login.HostMonster.com
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