DNS servers:


ns1.grephead.com ( 71.19.157.86 )
ns1.grephead.com ( 71.19.155.130 )

Mail Server:


Default Webmail: https://yoda.grephead.com/mail
This webmail client will allow you to make changes to your spamassassin settings, your out of office messages and mail forwarding.
Roundcube Webmail: https://yoda.grephead.com/rcmail is a more polished client, but it is lacking integration with SpamAssasin and account management.

IMAP and POP3: yoda.grephead.com
Both IMAP and POP3 support SSL encryption, it is strongly suggested that you use SSL. Your username for email is your entire email address, for example someone@somedomain.com
This is an example of how to setup Mozilla ThunderBird to access your mail.
Incoming IMAP settings:

Outgoing SMTP settings:
Outgoing SMTP server, yoda.grephead.com
SMTP Auth is supported on the submission port, 587.
SMTP Auth with TLS is available on port 465, for clients like Microsoft Outlook Express
SMTP Auth with TLS is available on port 4650, for clients like Mozilla Thunderbird.


mutt

set imap_user = "username@domain.tld"
set imap_pass = "password"
set imap_list_subscribed = yes
set spoolfile = "imaps://yoda.grephead.com/INBOX"
set folder = "imaps://yoda.grephead.com/INBOX."

Accessing your website:


To access your shell account, you will need to use an SSH client, PuTTY is recommended.
While you can use a standard FTP client to access your website and upload files, it is strongly suggested that you use an SFTP client such as the commandline psftp from PuTTY or FileZilla. FTP uses plaintext authentication so it would be possible for someone to read your password.
This is an example of how to setup FileZilla to connect to your website.

The DocumentRoot, where you put the files for your website, is located in:
/www/username/domain.tld/htdocs