POP or IMAP, which is better?
Differences and considerations when using POP3 or IMAP. POP3 has been the de facto standard for retrieving mail since the 1990s. IMAP enables synchronization across devices and "shared inboxes".
EDIS default SPF record
Determine which IP addresses are allowed to send emails with your domain and what mail servers should do with emails sent from unauthorized IP addresses.
IP addresses of the EDIS mail systems
EDIS uses a large number of different IP addresses to send e-mails. We provide an up-to-date list of all IP addresses used in the DNS entry spf.edis.at.
Copy your IMAP account's contents and folders over to EDIS.
Migrate your existing IMAP mailboxes to EDIS with our convenient migration/sync tool. No matter how big the mailbox is, or whether there are complex folder structures involved.
Mailserver, ports, email settings
The most important settings and ports at a glance to be able to configure an email address as quickly as possible.
Email transport settings
What is an email transport setting, when it must be set and when not to, use case: external mail scanner and subsequent delivery of mails at EDIS
email error: no such domain at this location
No such domain at this location error is caused by an incorrect or missing email transport setting in the EDIS mail system. follow-up guidance on how to configure email transport correctly.
Google Error Message: This message does not have authentication information or fails to pass
The cause of this error message is the lack of an SPF record. Set-up an SPF record for your domain!
eMail error: rejecting banned file attachment - blocked attachment
eMail Error: rejecting banned file attachment - blocked attachment
Correct email forwarding despite strict SPF checking thanks to SRS
SPF reaches its limits with e-mail redirects (forwarding of external e-mails) in the presence of strict SPF instructions. SRS (Sender Rewrite Scheme) complements SPF and solves the chicken-egg problem.
Configure a domain for Microsoft Office 365
Follow this step-by-step guide to connect your domain with the Microsoft Office 365 service. The steps include preparing at Microsoft, domain verification, and setting DNS entries in the EDIS PDNS Admin.
Newsletter dispatch via EDIS infrastructure
Sending newsletters on a large scale (thousands, tens of thousands of emails) requires a fundamentally different infrastructure than sending business email. Please send your newsletter only via specialized service providers! Mail systems of these service providers are designed to process large volumes of e-mails. Their services allow planning the simultaneous delivery of thousands of messages down to the minute and receive evaluations of open-, click- and bounce rates.