I have looked in my Account settings (and in cPanel, understandably inappropriate) and cant find this. All account holders should probably have it. My financial advisor told me to make sure I do, everywhere. Google offers it in Gmail account settings. Here it is.
Who may I specify is authorized to possess my account upon my death?
In my case it would be a rather simple thing: my wifes email address is a gmail address. Hers happens to be an add-on domain within my site, and she would need to go through whatever contortions it takes to make hers the main domain for the account. (Those contortions are likely off-topic.)
How may I simply, tell MDDhosting, that without question, she is authorized to take the reins should I get run over by a semi or get struck stoopid by a breathtaking stroke?
Ive set up an account on iOS using my MDD-hosted mail server addresses (IMAP connection). Its working fine.
One cosmetic oddity, no doubt my bad. Please train me. In the iOS Mail app I see *two* folders displayed, both named Junk. FWIW, one has the usual Junk icon, that being, a tray with an X; and the other has the generic folder icon. I logged into my email on cPanel and see no odd setup, though Id be glad to place one if thatd make a cosmetic difference.
Is there a set of IPs in a blacklist to which access is automatically denied by MDD? (I think not, but I should ask.) Access to my website is failing for some. I discussed this on webhostingtalk. They suggested I ask for a blacklist and then whitelist the problematic IPs. (A tedious affair, to be sure.) So there.