Available from any modern web browser and Internet connection that supports secure connections:
Mail Client Settings
Mail client configuration:
- Apple iOS Mail (iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch)
- Apple MacOS Mail (e.g. MacBook & iMac)
- Google Android gmail (e.g. Pixel, LG, Motorola Moto, Samsung Galaxy)
- Microsoft Mail
- Microsoft Outlook
- Mozilla Thunderbird
- Netro Webmail (e.g. Netro, Gmail, Outlook.com & Yahoo)
Microsoft Windows Live Mail is discontinued and no longer supported,
migrate to a current mail client such as Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Mail or Outlook, instructions shown above.
Wikipedia: email client also known as email software, reader, Mail User Agent (MUA) or application ("App").
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Mail Server Policy
Various restrictions have been implemented on the Netro mail server
to ensure performance, improve security and reduce unsolicited email (SPAM)
Mail Size Limits
Mailbox Total: 1 GB
Per Message: 25 MB (up to 40 MB in Beta)
- Email is not designed for large file transfers, consider using SFTP, FTPS; or
a file hosting service such as Apple iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive.
- Attachments are normally Base64 MIME encoded, which adds approx 37% to the original file size.
- Some webmail providers and organisations may only have a 10 MB attachment limit,
therefore the total attachment size should be less than 7 MB
- Mail clients such as Outlook have a 20 MB attachment limit, unless increased via settings or registry.
- Large attachments can take a while to upload, depending on the speed of your Internet connection.
Wikipedia: Email attachment
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Mail Time Limits
POP clients (eg Outlook): None, providing account is current.
Webmail client: None, except Trash folder purged after 3 months (92 days)
- Hostname must be valid
- FQDN (Fully Quantified Domain Name) must be specified
- Domain must resolve
- Domain must have reverse lookup
- Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record checked
RBL (Real-time Black list)
Must not be listed in a RBL such as Spamcop
Non "netro.com.au" address recipients must be configured on our system, including
- Valid MX (Mail Exchange) record
- Listed as virtual domain
- Email addresses must be mapped to a local mailboxes in the virtual address table
Realtime Black Listing