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It may happen that one or more of your Titan email accounts are suspended and cannot be unsuspended from your panel:

This may be due to one of the following reasons:

  • Bounce limits reached - too many messages were sent to incorrect or inexistent recipients

  • Abuse reports - the domain or account was reported for sending spam or spam-like content

  • Potential hack - when unusual activity is detected, an account can be suspended for security reasons. An account may be hacked due to the use of weak passwords, an infected website, or by using poorly coded/malicious SMTP plugins

  • Breach of agreement - sending malicious content or otherwise breaking Titan Email's Terms of Use

How to unsuspend email services

Suspensions are reviewed case by case, and different actions may be needed depending on the reason for suspension. Contacting Titan directly will speed up the verification process and ensure that your email services are back active as soon as possible 😊

Contact Titan Email

To start the resuspension process, reach Titan by following this link: Titan Mail support. Once there you will see this form:

Fill it in with the required information:

  • Your email address - any email address where you can currently submit and receive emails, eg. the mail address you used to register your Hostinger account

  • Subject - enter "Email suspension"

  • Description - provide the suspended mailbox (eg. name@domain.tld), indicate that your provider is Hostinger and that you would like to know the reason for service suspension as well as steps to unsuspend

  • Classification - select "Query"

  • Optionally, you can send screenshots of error messages or full email headers in the Attachments section

Once all is good to go, click on Submit. You will receive a reply within 24 hours or less 😊

And if you have any questions regarding this process or need further assistance, you can always contact our Customer Success team and we will help you out!

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