1.Sign in to Server Management Panel
2.Add an Email Address
Start by clicking on Addresses:
You’ll see a list of email addresses already configured:
Click on Create email-address.
Type in the email address you want to create, then click on Save.
Do not check the checkbox “Define as catchall-address.”
In this screen, you can define an email account for the address, or define it as a redirect.
3.Create an Email Account
Once you have created an email address, you can create an account for it.
On the email address editing page, click on Create Account.
Enter a password for the email account. If you like, you can use the password suggested by the tool. Just copy that password to the password column to do so.
Leave the Alternate Email field empty.
Click on Save
To test the email account, sign in to your webmail at https://webmail.kamera-lehti.fi/ using the email address and password.
4.Add an Email Forwarder
To add an email forwarder, start from the Edit Email Address screen (same as when creating an email account).
Click on Create Forwarder.
Type the address where you want to receive the email in the Destination field. Then click Save.
If you want to add multiple recipients, repeat the steps for each of them.
5.Configure Email Client
If you like to use an email client other than webmail, follow the instructions in this section.
The instructions are for Mozilla Thunderbird but can be easily applied to other clients as well.
Start by selecting “File > New > Existing Mail Account” in Thunderbird’s menu.
In this screen, enter your email address and password. Then click continue.
The mail client tries to automatically look up server information.
Once completed, click on Manual Config to make sure you have the right information. Notice that in the screenshot above, Thunderbird collected wrong information.
Set the server information to the following values:
- Incoming: IMAP, mailserver.kamera-lehti.fi, Port: 993, SSL: SSL/TLS
- Outgoing: mailserver.kamera-lehti.fi, Port: 587, SSL: STARTTLS
Also, make sure that you have enabled authentication. On Thunderbird, this is shown in the screenshot (“Authentication: Normal Password”). If using Microsoft Outlook, on the Outgoing mail tab, check the checkboxes that say “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.” and “Use same settings as my incoming mail server.”
Then, if there are no errors, click Done.