When people send email to you, their computer in fact send the message to the closest "post office" (or email server), which is usually a computer on their ISP's network.
Then the sender's post office will look up the domain name of the recipient's email address (the part after the @ sign, e.g. accsoft.com.au) and contact the corresponding "post office" that is usually closest to the recipient and send the message there.
The recipient's "post office" will then deliver the message into the mailbox that the recipient's email address links to.
Once you have your mailbox on Accsoft's network, our email server (mail.accsoft.com.au) will act as your "post office" for both incoming (receiving) and outgoing (sending) messages. The reliability and efficiency of our quality network ensure your messages will be sent and received via the best route and in a timely manner.
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