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E-mail

Available e-mail services.
E-mail may be attributed to your existing domain or you may choose from the list of domains offered by OWEXX Hosting.
The price of e-mail services starts from € 3,49 / month

Email Basic

3,49/ Mo. € 4,29

Professional low capacity e-mail services attributable to the chosen domain.

  • 5 GB disk capacity
  • Unlimited data transfer
  • Web Mail

Email Plus

4,99/ Mo. € 6,99

Professional medium capacity e-mail services attributable to the chosen domain.

  • 20 GB disk capacity
  • Unlimited data transfer
  • Web Mail

Email Premium

8,39/ Mo. € 10,00

Professional high capacity e-mail services attributable to the chosen domain.

  • 40 GB disk capacity
  • Unlimited data transfer
  • Web Mail

All prices are exclusive of VAT.

What Is E-mail Service And Why It Is Necessary?

Electronic mail or e-mail is intended for sending and receiving messages via the Internet network. Letters are being send to mailboxes where they can be read or sent to other addressees at any time.

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HOW E-MAIL WORKS
ElektroniElectronic mail or e-mail is a way to create, send and receive messages via the electronic communication systems.

Electronic mail has been created as a metaphor for the traditional mail - messages are called letters, letters are being sent to mailboxes where they can be retrieved and read at any time. Mailboxes are supported by mail servers that cover e-mail addresses of a certain name area. Usually, the access to a mail server (mailbox) is protected by a password.

Most frequently, information to the receiver is sent not directly but through the intermediate links - SMTP server which delivers letters to the server responsible for the mailboxes (POP3 or IMAP). Several other mail servers (usually SMTP) may exist between these servers.

Some mailbox servers may be accessed through defined protocols (POP3, IMAP, MS Exchange, etc.) that are supported by one or another mail application (Thunderbird, TheBat, Outlook, Outlook Express or similar), or through web-interface-webpage (acting as specific IMAP, POP3 or similar client) by using a browser (Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer). Quite often mail servers support more than one protocol.

E-mail sending is usually free and is executed via the SMTP server of the Internet provider. The upkeep of e-mail mailboxes is usually a paid service, carried out independently from the chosen Internet provider (the providers of the Internet and e-mail services may be different).