Problem resolving your mail-host

If you find that you cannot get "mail.yourdomain.com" to resolve, as a valid SMTP or POP3 server, please make sure that your domain is registered in our name-servers. If your domain is registered in our name-servers and you continue to experience this problem, then try clearing-out your cache and cookies and then restarting your computer. Also, keep in mind that in some cases your registration may not yet have been completed by the registrar.
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