Monday, July 22, 2024

How to Pair Webmail With ACC

Pair Webmail

Pair Webmail is a feature that pairs with our Account Control Center to allow you to access your related mailboxes via a web browser. This can be a great way to check your email and send and receive emails without having to use your ACC login password!

A good subject line is important to your email marketing efforts. It should be concise and easy on the eyes.

Custom Mailboxes

Custom Mailboxes are a great way to keep your messages organized. They can also help you save space on your account.

To add a custom mailbox to your account, click the Manage Mailboxes button in the pair webmail interface and select Add. You can use a variety of options to customize your mailbox, including how junk email is handled.

CSV File

You can also match mailboxes manually by importing a CSV file that includes pairs of source and target mailboxes. The CSV must contain at least the source email and target email fields, as well as the first and last name of each source mailbox user.

If you’re using Office 365 or Exchange, you can match source and target mailboxes by defining a custom email address format (see the example below). Once you’ve configured your custom email address format, set the target mailbox field accordingly.


POP and IMAP are two of the most popular email protocols available. They both allow you to access your emails from a computer, mobile device or tablet, as long as the email server is open and connected to the Internet.


The biggest difference between POP and IMAP is that with POP, your email is downloaded from the server to a device (usually a local computer) before you can view it. This makes IMAP a more advanced protocol, as it allows you to store your emails on an online server and access them from multiple devices without the need for downloads.

Another important advantage of IMAP is that you can change your mailbox directly on the server, as opposed to having to download it first. This is great for those who want to be able to make changes to their mailbox on the fly, as they don’t have to worry about downloading them again when they change computers or phones.


SSL and TLS are the standard protocols for securing email communication. They encrypt the connection between two computers, which prevents any third parties from spying on these communications.

Before encryption was standardized, many connections between an email client and server were done in an unencrypted manner. This put sensitive personal information at risk of being stolen.

Three New Ports

To improve security, three new ports were introduced that expected SSL/TLS connections from the start, and refused attempts to transmit information in plain text. This is known as “implicit TLS”, and is now used by most services.

Some email clients use the command STARTTLS to upgrade their existing unencrypted connections to SSL/TLS. This is an important step in protecting personal information. However, it should not be used as a default setting. It adds latency to SMTP connections, which can increase the likelihood of man-in-the-middle attacks.

Account Control Center

The Account Control Center is a slick and also secure way to manage all your e-mail, FTP and also database needs. ACC has an impressive list of features spanning from one-click email to complete web site builder and content management. Using a pool of dedicated servers, ACC is always on.

Pair Networks also provides a top-notch customer support team to help you out when the going gets tough. In addition to the aforementioned perks, pair also offers an array of free web services to keep your website up and also running – including the latest in SEO, website security and also a whole lot more.

Final Words:

We’ll be here for the long haul. If you have any questions or suggestions, just contact us and also we’ll be happy to help you. The best part is, we’re a small company with big hearts. Whether you have a question about a domain name, need help with a website or just want to say hello, you can reach out to us by phone, email or social media.

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