Every Linux-Account is automatically equipped with a mail box, which receives e-mail under the following addresses:
The version with Firstname.Surname may not yet exist for old accounts - please test it first.
The following two server addresses are relevant for the e-mail service, namely
as incoming mail server, and
as outgoing mail server. Both only accept connections encrypted with TLS.
Incoming e-mail is sent to the IMAP server, from where it can be read with all common e-mail clients. Mail in previously existing local folders is also accessible. We have prepared some configuration hints for the most common e-mail clients.
Filter rules, e.g. for sorting out spam, mail forwarding rules, and vacation messages, can conveniently be configured in the webmail interface. Also for these tasks, we have prepared some configuration hints.