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Your password Your password for the e-mail account. If you have problems with the Email.secureserver.net website today, check whether the Godaddy webmail server is just for everyone or just for you up or down.
Detached: What is the best way to get hold of the automated e-mail from secureserver.net?
But the website I created is almost goin' online, and the administrator email is still tuned to that location, but I don't seem to have permission to go there because my host doesn't show any email on it? I' ve tried to send a test email, but can't see any alerts or anything like that, and I don't even know where to go to get a forgotten passphrase, etc. I can't even get a message from my email client.
e-mail - Why did secureserver.net (godaddy) connect to my mailbox?
My web search shows that secureserver.net is a GoDaddy own private property run by GoDaddy and that GoDaddy uses to offer email service to its clients. GoDaddy clients can, for example, configure their own server for sending outbound emails tomtp. secureserver.net and use it to do so. GoDaddy clients can also view their e-mails there (via POP or IMAP).
GoDaddy also seems to send its clients occasional e-mails from the secureserver.net domains. You can use GoDaddy for other things as well. Have you entered your glossary ID not found: 1? your glossary ID not found: 2? your glossary ID not found: 2? your glossary ID not found: 2? your glossary ID not found: 2? your glossary ID not found: 3? your glossary ID not found: 3? Maybe your application on this site will verify your Google Mail for you if you add your Google Mail user name and keyword to it (I'm guessing now that I'm not a GoDaddy customer).
When you want to be sure why secureserver.net has been accessing your Gmail accounts, I suggest you contact GoDaddyupport. P.S. As @tylerl suggests: Modify your Gmail passwords now. Modify your safety issue, too. Then go to the activities monitor (click on "Details" next to the "Last Bank Statement Activity" thing): Review the Gmail email redirection option to make sure your Gmail is not redirected somewhere (a popular trick for a hacker when they get into your Gmail email is to create a redirection email redirection or redirect your email to yourself so they can later get back into your Gmail with a forgotten password).
If you are, you should consider a 2-step review); once enabled, signing in to Gmail requires both your Gmail Mail passphrase and your mobile device to be accessible. Doing so will help avoid cases where others try to sign in to your Gmail because they don't know the confirmation key sent to your mobile number.
You can also see in the Gmail Activity Log (Activity Monitor) if there are any more detailed information about what activity has taken place on your Gmail accounts.