Mail server also known as a mail transfer agent or MTA, a mail transport agent, a mail router or an Internet mailer. It is system server that receives and send email over a network. Usually over the internet, A mail server can receives emails from client computers and deliver them to other mail servers. A mail server can also deliver e-mails to client computers. A client computer is normally the computer where you read your e-mails, for example your computer at home or in your office. Also an advanced mobile phone or Smartphone, with e-mail capabilities, can be regarded as a client computer in these circumstances. Although it may seem like a message is sent instantly - zipping from one PC to another in the blink of an eye - the reality is that a complex series of transfers takes place. Without this series of mail servers, you would only be able to send emails to people whose Email Address Domains matched your own - i.e., you could only send messages from one example.com account to another example.com account.
Web-Based Email - This may be the type of email that most users are familiar with. Many free email providers host their servers as web-based email. This allows users to log into the email server through the use of an Internet browser to send and receive their mail. It is useful for people on the go since they can check their email anywhere they have access to the Internet.
When you start your mail program for the first time, you must normally enter e-mail account information before you can use the program. You must for example specify the name of a server for outgoing e-mail and the name of a server for incoming e-mail. It is here you specify which SMTP server and which POP3 server that your mail program will communicate with over the Internet. The servers can be located anywhere on the Earth, but usually they are located in same country as your client computer.
No, We Can use any mail server we want on the Internet. The Internet service provider (ISP) that you use when you browse the Internet will normally have mail servers that you can access for your e-mails (both incoming and outgoing e-mail) but you can normally not access mail servers that other Internet service provider own. The reason for this is that mail servers only accept certain IP addresses (the IP addresses that the ISPs provides) and if your IP address is outside this range you will be denied access to the server.
There are exceptions, however. In some cases you can download e-mail from POP3 servers provided by other ISPs. They will only check that your username and password is correct. And there exists also standalone email servers on the Internet that works independently of Internet service providers, and through them you can send and receive e-mails if you have access to the username and password. Many Web Hosting Services provide this kind of stand-alone mail servers.
If you want or need full control of your email, Your own mail server might be ideal solution. Doing so allows you to store your own email, access the mail server’s logs, and access the raw email files in a user’s mailbox.
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