Note: OfficeMail has been superseded by Spark Business Mail

OfficeMail is a dedicated email server for customers with domain names registered to Spark.

You have 100MB or 10,000 messages of total storage within Webmail, limited to 1,000 messages in your Inbox. If this quota is exceeded, you will get a bounce back message when you are sending mail to delete messages from Webmail. Increasing the size of the storage limit is not possible. If you approach this limit, back up your email by downloading it into Outlook or delete unwanted emails.

You can send and receive emails up to 20MB in total (the total being the size of the uncompressed attachment and email message).

Log into Webmail and empty any email that is in the Spam folder (they will also need to be cleared from your Trash folder).

Check Webmail from time to time, checking your Inbox and Spam folders. Also see . It's a good idea to regularly back-up any important emails.

14 days, if you want to keep an email you need to move to your inbox or different folder.

OfficeMail is a dedicated email server for customers with domain names registered to Spark.

OfficeMail gives you 100MB in total storage. You are limited to 10,000 messages in your Outbox and 1,000 messages in your Inbox within webmail.

You will get a bounce back message asking you to delete messages when you send mail.

You can send and receive emails up to 20MB in total (the total being the size of the attachment and email message).

Increasing the size of the storage limit is not possible. If you approach the limit, back up your email in another folder in Outlook or delete unwanted emails.

Log into webmail and empty any email that is in the spam folder (they will also need to be cleared from the trash).

Unread email will be stored on the Spark server for 60 days and then automatically deleted. Read emails will only be stored in your current OfficeMail inbox for 30 days before they too are automatically deleted.

If you want to store read emails for longer than 30 days, you can use Outlook to store your email.
See . It's also a good idea to regularly back-up important emails.

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