E-mailing in CyprusCytanet
Many individual internet users as well as businesses in Cyprus are are subscribed to Cytanet internet services that includes one or several email addresses
Cytanet SMTP or outgoing mail server
For outgoing mail,
Cytanet requests for all CYTANET email accounts to use exclusively the CYTANET SMTP server (mail-out.cytanet.com.cy port: 25) and
will not allow users to specify their own SMTP server On imap Cytanet’s outgoing mail server is mail-out.cytanet.com.cy and supports the use
of port 587 with TLS and cytanet user identification, i.e. the user id and password you received from Cyta when subscribing to the service.
This can be an issue if you intend to use your Cytanet internet connection for professional e-mail campaigns as Cytanet restricts the maximum number of e-mails that can be sent in one go (bulk mail) to 180.
Update as of 24-05-2013:
It seems that CYTA restricts the number of bulk email messages that can be sent through a CYTA email account:
554 5.7.1 <END-OF-MESSAGE>: End-of-data rejected: sorry, 100 recipients per day
Cytanet incoming mail server (POP3)Incoming mail is delivered by the Cytanet pop3 mail server: mail.cytanet.com.cy followed by the login name and password that Cytanet has assigned.
If you are accessing your mail from more than one computer or Smartphone, consider leaving a copy of the messages on the mail server. In Outlook you can set this option on the Advanced tab in Internet E-mail settings - More Settings.... - Advanced - Click the option: Leave a copy of the messages on the Server.
Cytanet incoming mail server (IMAP)
Cytanet’s incoming mail server is mail.cytanet.com.cy supports the more advanced email IMAP standard using the security protocol TLS over port 143.
You can access your Cytanet
mail box from any browser (you do not need an e-mail client like Outlook or Eudora, ...) at https://webmail.cytanet.com.cy followed
by your login name (just enter the login name you received from CYTA, not the whole email address as you would do in Gmail or Yahoo mail) and password.
The capacity of a Cytanet Mailbox is 2GB and the maximum size of an individual email message (send/receive) is 40ΜΒ.
Other ISP e-mail settings in Cyprus - incoming outgoing servers
Incoming Mail Server: mail.primehome.com
Outgoing Mail Server: mail.primehome.com
OTEnet Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.otenet-telecom.net
MTN Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.mtnmail.com.cy
Cablenet Cyprus email accounts can be accessed through POP3 or IMAP Username: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: The password registered in the Cablenet Customer Service Agreement
Incoming Mail Server (POP3 or IMAP server): mail.cablenet.com.cy
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP server): mail-out.cablenet.com.cy
Summary of all Cyprus ISP outgoing server details:
Exchange Server and Static IPAs per Cyta's support Centre, if you intend to use your own SMTP server, you'd need to install an exchange Server and lease a static IP address.
Individual users typically do not use Exchange Server e-mail accounts; instead they use a POP3 e-mail account with an Internet service provider (ISP, like Cytanet or others) or use a Web-based e-mail service (Gmail, Yahoo, etc). If you use a POP3 e-mail account, your will need to use your ISP specific account information.
Your ISP can provide static IP addresses but the cost is significantly higher than a 'regular' subscription.
Is it worth for your business?The first question to ask is if e-mailing is essential to your operation.
If the answer is positive, a managed e-mailing service could be the solution.
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This professional e-mailing system is available to our clients in Cyprus and will allow to manage lists of subscribers, their segmentation, html based email design, extensive reporting on delivery, bounced, opening and click through rates and much more.
If you rely on e-mailing to keep in contact with your clients and prospcets a serious e-mailing system is worth to be considered.
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