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Business policy settings
Set your business name
You can set a company name on your account, which is used on invoices and on account renewal notices.
Administrators can set the company name on the Settings → Policy screen.
GDPR and the Data Protection Addendum (DPA)
If you are a business and affected by the GDPR, you can accept our DPA through this setting and have it apply to you and your users. If you believe it no longer applies to you, you can uncheck the box at any time.
For more information, see our blog on FastMail and the GDPR.
Editing of shared contacts
By default, shared contacts are editable by anyone in the account.
To restrict editing of shared contacts to Administrators only, set the Shared Contacts checkbox in the Settings → Policy screen.
Creating a custom login page
For accounts using a custom domain, they can have a custom login screen to access at
http://mail.yourdomain.com. (For security, this will redirect to the FastMail domain for login, but will present your custom login screen).
Administrators can customise the login screen for their account on the Settings → Policy screen.
To make customisation quick and easy, you only need to specify 3 things:
- An overall theme for the page (4 to choose from).
- Title text to appear on the login screen (defaults to “Your account webmail login”).
- A logo you want to appear on the page (optional). You can upload any JPG/PNG you have, it will automatically be resized to fit the login screen appropriately.
If you host DNS for your domain with us, this will just work automatically. If you use an external DNS provider, you’ll need to create a CNAME record for mail.yourdomain.com that points to www.fastmail.com.
An example page is viewable at http://mail.digitalintegrity.com.
For resellers, any sub-business will automatically get your account's customised login screen by default, though you can also explicitly customise the login screen for each sub-business if you want.
Setting the email footer
Text can be added to the bottom of every email sent by every user within your account. This is typically used to add a disclaimer. At this time, this is text-only (no HTML or rich text formatting)
Administrators can set the email disclaimer on the Settings → Policy screen.