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RR.com Mail is an easy-to-use messaging system that gives you access to email from your home computer. With RR.com Mail you have the ability to check your email from any computer with Internet access. An email account is assigned automatically, at no extra cost, to each new Time Warner Cable Internet subscriber at the time the service is activated.
To provide better and more competitive email services, RR.com Mail offers features such as an online address book, increased storage, message sorting and strengthened email capabilities. With RR.com Mail you also have a secure and safe email exchange, including Parental Controls, mail filtering, blocking capabilities and user authentication.
Service and Storage
The amount of storage per account and the number of sub-accounts depends upon the service purchased.
Lite/Basic Internet service includes:
Standard Internet service includes:
Turbo Internet service includes:
There is only one master account per household, usually in the name of the bill payer. Master account email addresses are configured automatically and cannot be changed by the subscriber once activated. TWC provides master email account holders with the option of activating sub-accounts with unique email addresses and separate access screens.
There is a total message size of 30MB, including attachments, which can be received into accounts. Adequate storage space must be available for the email to be received.
Subscribers can send emails of up to 30MB in total size, including attachments. Subscribers are allowed to send emails to up to 1,000 recipients every 24 hours per IP address. Emails can have up to 99 recipients in each of the To and CC fields.
RR.com Mail provides an address book called Contacts. This feature gives you the ability to:
With RR.com Mail, both incoming and outgoing email messages are scanned for viruses and infected messages will be discarded. Suspected spam can be delivered to the Inbox, delivered and prefixed with "spam" in the subject line, placed directly into a junk email folder or deleted.