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[Resolved] Adding new mailhost and removing the previous ones

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The mailhost of my account has change. Tried to remove the older ones and add the new ones.

There is no option to remove a single host. The email account was removed. Went through the steps to add the new mailhosts. Now the email account displays all 4 mailhost, the older ones and the new ones.

Did I miss a step?

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The mailhost of my account has change. Tried to remove the older ones and add the new ones.

There is no option to remove a single host. The email account was removed. Went through the steps to add the new mailhosts. Now the email account displays all 4 mailhost, the older ones and the new ones.

Did I miss a step?

Doubt if important

More important to have new ones added

There is however a button "delete host"

Select email address of old host/email then delete

Re-enter that email address and SpamCop will send confirmation emails

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Users can't alter the contents of a host. They can add the host to their account, or remove it.

Are some of the servers in the host no longer in use?

I can remove them.

- Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -

- Service[at]Admin.SpamCop.net -

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Doubt if important

More important to have new ones added

There is however a button "delete host"

Select email address of old host/email then delete

Re-enter that email address and SpamCop will send confirmation emails

I did. I just repeated that again today.

Click on remove a host, select the only email address registered into spamcop.net. All two mailhost were deleted. The mailhost tab is empty with a link to register a mailhost.

Went through the process to register an email address. Selected the 2 MX host for the domain. Sent the configuration email. Processed the configuration email through spamcop.net. Both new MX host are registered.

But, the original mailhost that were originally register to the email still shows on the mailhost list. So now my email have 4 mailhost instead of 2.

I have no control of the older IP address, not sure if the will be used for spam or not.

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I did. I just repeated that again today.

Click on remove a host, select the only email address registered into spamcop.net. All two mailhost were deleted. The mailhost tab is empty with a link to register a mailhost.

Went through the process to register an email address. Selected the 2 MX host for the domain. Sent the configuration email. Processed the configuration email through spamcop.net. Both new MX host are registered.

But, the original mailhost that were originally register to the email still shows on the mailhost list. So now my email have 4 mailhost instead of 2.

I have no control of the older IP address, not sure if the will be used for spam or not.

Contact Don he can remove the unneeded ones

- Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -

- Service[at]Admin.SpamCop.net -

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Fixed!

- Don D'Minion - SpamCop Admin -

- service[at]admin.spamcop.net -

Thank you.

Saludos,

Orlando

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The mailhost of my account has change. Tried to remove the older ones and add the new ones.

There is no option to remove a single host. The email account was removed. Went through the steps to add the new mailhosts. Now the email account displays all 4 mailhost, the older ones and the new ones.

Did I miss a step?

My problem is slightly different. I successfully added two mailhosts. I have g. When I went through the process, I got the message the test processed successfully, however, the added mailhost does no appear in the list. It happened with two different messages.

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