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Old 10-28-2014, 07:26 PM   #1
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I bought a PositiveSSL few days ago, and to apply it, I need to receive a approver's email, my url is theckstudiosbr.cloudapp.net, so it should email [email protected] for a confirmation about the SSL, but I don't have that email... what do i do? i have tried roundcube for 4 hours and i couldnt manage to use it. please help me, I just need to create a email called admin on my VPS and receive 1 email, just 1, with my SSL on it!

help me, its very stressing to try roundcube, it doesn't even work
how do i create that email? Give me alot of details
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RoundCube is a client. You have to have an email address already created in order to log into the account using RoundCube.

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