1 Using Webmail Technical Manual: User Guide Webmail is supported in the following browsers: Windows Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 2, and Firefox 3 Mac OSX Safari 2, Safari 3, Firefox 2, and Firefox 3 The Webmail Window To save an attachment: 1. Click once on the attachment name. Or, if there are multiple attachments, click the disk icon to save all attachments at one time. 2. Save the attachment according to your web browser s directions. 3. Select the location where you want to save the attachment. 4. Click the Save or OK Document Updated: 9/08 Displaying and Hiding the Full Header To view full header information for an , double-click the to open it in a separate window. Click the Full Header link, located in the upper right corner of the window. Checking for New By default, webmail checks for new automatically. To manually check for new , click the Check Or, click the arrow on the tab and select Check . Note: To indicate how often webmail should check for new , select Settings / General Settings. Select an interval from the Check for new every drop-down menu. Printing an To print an , select or open the and then click the Print link. Print the according to your web browser s directions. Composing a New 1. Click the Compose Or, click the arrow on the tab and select Compose . Previewing or Opening an You can use the preview pane to display a selected without opening it in a separate window. To preview an , click once on the , as it appears in the list. Or, to open an in a separate window, double-click the . Note: To display or hide the preview pane, select Settings / General Settings. Check or clear the Display the preview pane checkbox. Opening or Saving an Attachment When someone sends you an that contains an attachment, the attachment name will appear in the Attachments area, above the message body. To open an attachment: 1. Click once on the attachment name. 2. Open the attachment according to your web browser s directions. 3. If your computer has the necessary software installed for opening the attachment, the attachment will open automatically. Otherwise, you may be prompted to select an appropriate application for opening the attachment. 2. Select an identity from the From drop-down menu, if available. (The From drop-down menu will only appear if you have more than one identity.) 3. Enter recipient addresses in the To box, separating multiple addresses with a comma or semicolon. 4. To send a carbon copy (Cc) or blind carbon copy (Bcc), enter recipient addresses in the Cc or Bcc boxes. 5. Enter a description of the in the Subject box. 6. Enter the text of your in the message body. 7. Click the Send link. 1
2 Addressing an Webmail includes several tools to help you address your . Address Auto-Complete As you type a name or address in the To, Cc, or Bcc box, webmail will attempt to complete the address with a matching address from your contact list. Use your arrow keys to select a suggested match, and then press the Tab (or Enter/Return) key on your keyboard. Contacts You can select contacts from your contact list by clicking the To, Cc, or Bcc links, located to the left of the To, Cc, and Bcc boxes. Frequent Contacts You can have quick access to your frequently used contacts by adding them to the Frequent Contacts box. To add a contact to the Frequent Contacts box: 1. Click the Contacts tab. 2. Click the Edit Contact link for the contact. Or, click the Add Contact button to create a new contact. 3. Click the Add to Frequent Contacts checkbox. 4. Click the Save Note: To display or hide the Frequent Contacts box, select Settings / Composing . Check or clear the Display the Frequent Contacts box checkbox. Sender/Recipient Name Links When you are viewing an , you can click any name listed in the From, To, or Cc area to open a new Compose window, addressed to that person. Resending an 1. To resend an , click the Sent folder, located in the folder list. 2. Select or open the you want to resend. 3. Click the Re-Send link. 4. Make changes to the , as desired. 5. Click the Send Saving or Editing a Draft As you are composing an , webmail will automatically save a draft of the in the Drafts folder. If you decide you do not want to send the , and you want to delete the draft, click the Delete Draft link, located in the lower right corner. If you do not have time to finish composing your , click the Save as Draft link before closing the Compose window to save the latest version of the . To edit a draft, open the Drafts folder, and then double-click the draft. Or, select the draft, and then click the Resume Draft link. Indicating Priority By default, an s priority is set to Normal. When you are composing an , you can click the Priority drop-down menu to assign a normal, high, or low priority. This will not affect how your is sent or received; it simply acts as a visual indicator that the is a high, normal, or low priority item. Requesting a Read Receipt Read Receipts display a confirmation request when recipients open your . You will receive an confirmation as each recipient opens and confirms receipt of your . To attach a return receipt to an you are composing, click the Request a Read Receipt checkbox, located below the addressing area of the Compose window. Note: Not all programs support this feature, and recipients can also ignore or refuse to send a confirmation receipt. Attaching a File 1. To attach a file to an you are composing, click the Browse button, located beside the Attach box. 2. Locate and select the file you want to attach. 3. Click the Open The attached file name will appear in the Attach box. Note: To remove an attachment, click once on the attachment, and then press the Delete key on your keyboard. Using HTML Format When you use the HTML editing format for creating your , you have access to advanced formatting tools. For example, you can use a variety of fonts and colors and create bulleted and numbered lists. To switch between HTML and Plain Text formatting while you are composing an , click the HTML View and Plain Text View links. Note that HTML formatting information is not retained if you switch to Plain Text View while composing an . Note: Composing in HTML is not available in Safari. Checking Spelling When you are composing an , click the Spell Check link. Possible spelling errors will appear in red. Click once on the word and select from a list of possible spelling corrections. Or, select Edit to correct the spelling error manually. To add a word to the dictionary, select Add to Dictionary. To change the dictionary language, click the Language dropdown menu and select a language. To exit the spell checker, click the Exit Spell Check link. 2
3 Managing Sorting Click the column headings that appear above the list to sort according to read/new status, flagged/unflagged status, the sender s name, the subject, the date the was sent, or the size. Forwarding Multiple To forward multiple , check the box next to each you want to forward, and then select Forward from the Select Action drop-down menu. In the resulting Compose window, the selected will appear as attachments. Deleting an To delete an , choose one of the following: Select or open the and then click the Delete link. Click the checkbox next to each you want to delete and then click the Delete By default, you delete are stored in the Trash folder. You can, however, adjust your Trash Options settings (Settings / General Settings) so that deleted are permanently deleted, bypassing the Trash folder. Note: To move an out of the Trash folder, click the checkbox next to the and then select a destination folder from the Move to Folder drop-down menu. Or, click and drag the to another folder. Flagging an You can use colored flags to mark an that needs your attention. To flag an , click once on the flag icon. To flag several , click the checkbox next to each you want to flag, and then select Add Flag from the Select Action drop-down menu. To change the flag color, right-click the flag icon and select a color. To remove the flag, click the flag icon again. Marking an as Read or New To mark an as read or as new, click once on the envelope icon. To mark several as read or new, click the checkbox next to each , and then select Mark as Read or Mark as New from the Select Action drop-down menu. Reporting Spam To report unfiltered spam, in any folder other than Spam, choose one of the following: Select or open the and then click the Report Spam link. Click the checkbox next to each you want to report and then select Report Spam from the Select Action drop-down menu. Note: This will send the to Cloudmark, our spam filtering provider, and move the to your spam folder. Reporting Not Spam To report that is improperly filtered as spam, in the Spam folder, choose one of the following: Select or open the and then click the Not Spam link. Click the checkbox next to each you want to report and then select Not Spam from the Select Action drop-down menu. Note: This will move the to your inbox and add the sender to your Safelist. Exporting to a Zip File 1. Click the checkbox next to each you want to export. To select all on the current page, click the uppermost check box. 2. Select Export to Zip from the Select Action drop-down menu. 3. Save the zip file according to your web browser s directions Moving an into a Folder To move an into another folder: Click and drag the from the list to a folder in the folder list pane. To move several at one time: 1. Click the checkbox next to the you want to move into another folder. To select all on the current page, click the uppermost check box. 2. Select a folder from the Move to Folder drop-down menu. The selected will be moved from the active folder into the folder you specified. Note: When viewing an in its own window, you can select a folder from the Move to Folder drop-down menu, located in the upper right corner. This will automatically move the active to the selected folder. Adding a Sender to the Contact List When you receive an , you can add the sender s name and address information to the contact list. 1. Click the green plus + sign next to the sender s name. 2. Make changes to the sender s information, as desired. 3. Click the Save 3
4 Contacts Adding a New Contact 1. In the contact list, click the Add Contact Or, click the arrow on the Contacts tab and select Add Contact. 2. Enter information about the contact in the fields provided. 3. To add a picture of your contact, upload an image file that is 50 pixels x 50 pixels. 4. When you are done, click the Save Your contact will appear in the contact list. Adding a New Group 1. In the contact list, click the Add Group Or, click the arrow on the Contacts tab and select Add Group. 2. Enter a name for the group in the New Group Name box. 3. If you have more than one contact list, select a list from the drop-down menu. 4. In the Contacts box, click once on the contact you want to add to your group. Or, to select several contacts at one time, choose one of the following: To select several names, hold the Ctrl key as you click on each name. To select a range of names, click on the first contact in the range, hold the Shift key, and then click the last contact in the range. 5. Click the > button to add the selected contact(s) to the group. 6. If you want to remove a name from the New Group box, click the name and then click the Remove 7. When you are done, click the OK Your group will appear in your contact list. Editing or Deleting a Contact or Group To edit a contact or group: 1. In the contact list, double-click the contact or group. 2. Make changes to the contact or group, as desired. 3. Click the Save To delete a contact or group: 1. In the contact list, click the checkbox next to the contact or group you want to delete. 2. Click the Delete Importing a Contact List 1. Create a Comma Separated Value (.csv) export file from your application (e.g., Yahoo, Netscape, Outlook). 2. In the webmail contact list, click the Import/Export 3. In the Import Contacts section, click the Browse 4. Locate and select the.csv file you created in Step Click the Open The path for the.csv file will appear in the Select a File box. 6. Click the Continue 7. To ensure that your contact information is imported correctly, make changes to the field name assignments, as needed. 8. Click the OK Exporting the Contact List 1. In the contact list, click the Import/Export 2. In the Export Contacts section, select the application into which you want to import your contact list. 3. Click the Export Depending on your web browser settings, you may need to choose one of the following: If your browser prompts you to save or open the.csv file, click the Save If a new browser window appears, displaying the contact list information, select File / Save As to save the file. 4. Select the location where you want to save the.csv export file. 5. Click the Save Using the Company Directory If your administrator has created a company directory, you can view up-to-date contact information about other users in your company and/or partner companies. To view your company directory, click the Company Directory link, located in the left pane. To keep your own contact information up-to-date, locate your name in the company directory list, double-click your name, and then make changes, as desired. (Note: Depending on your administrator s settings, you may or may not be able to edit your contact information.) 4
5 Calendar Adding an Event 1. In the calendar, click the Add Event Or, double-click the time/day on which you want to add an event. 2. Enter a subject and date/time information, as desired. 3. Click the Save Setting Recurrence Details 1. In the calendar, double-click the event you want to edit. 2. Click the Set Recurrence link. 3. Click the Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Yearly tab to create a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly recurrence. 4. In the resulting tab, indicate how often the event should occur. 5. In the Range section, indicate when the recurrence should end. 6. When you are done, click the Set Recurrence 7. Click the Save Creating a Private Event If your account is set up to use shared calendaring, you may want to hide events that you want to keep private. Other users will see that the time is reserved, but all event information will be hidden. 1. In the calendar, double-click the event you want to edit. 2. Click the Private Event checkbox to make the event private. 3. Click the Save Note: For more information about shared calendars, see the Shared Calendars help section. Receiving Reminders To receive an reminder before an event: 1. In the calendar, double-click the event you want to edit. 2. Click the checkbox. 3. Indicate how soon before the event you want to be reminded. 4. Click the Save To receive a pop-up alert reminder before an event: 1. In the calendar, double-click the event you want to edit. 2. Click the Alert checkbox. 3. Indicate when you want to be reminded. Please note that you must be logged in to webmail to see the pop-up alert. 4. Click the Save Inviting Guests to an Event You can use webmail to invite guests to an event, manage guest responses, and send notifications of any changes. This feature is compatible with all ical compliant calendar applications. 1. In the calendar, double-click the event you want to edit. 2. In the Invite section, click the Add 3. Enter an address in the box and click the Add Or, click the Contacts link to select from contacts in your contact list. 4. When you are done adding contacts to the guest list, click the Save 5. Click the Save button again. 6. You will be prompted to indicate whether you want to send invitations to the guests on your guest list (or to new guests only, if you added new guests to the list). When you send invitations, guests are able to automatically send you a response indicating that they have either accepted, tentatively accepted, or declined your invitation. To view your guest list, and the status of each guest s response, double-click the event, and then click the Guest List link. Importing a Calendar 1. Create a Comma Separated Value (.csv) export file from your calendar application. 2. In the webmail calendar, click the Import 3. Click the Browse button to locate and select the.csv file created in Step Click the Open 5. If you want to allow webmail to import duplicate events, click the Allow duplicate events checkbox. 6. Click the Import Your calendar events will be imported into your webmail calendar. 5
6 Shared Calendars Sharing a Personal Calendar If your account is set up to use shared calendaring, you may be able to control who can and cannot view your calendar. This setting is determined by your administrator. When your calendar is shared with other users, they are able to view your calendar and event details. Users cannot edit or add events to your calendar. You may want to make certain events private (e.g., doctor appointments). To make an event private, see the Creating a Private Event help section. Or, to make all existing events private or public, see the Making All Events Private or Public help section. 1. To control who can and cannot view your personal calendar, click the arrow on the Calendar tab, and then select Calendar Manager. 2. In the Personal Calendars box, click the Sharing link for your personal calendar. 3. Indicate whether you want to share your calendar with no one, with all users in your domain, or with only specific users. 4. If you want to share your calendar only with specific users, select from the list of users in your domain. Or, enter an address manually and click the Add 5. Click the Save Making All Events Private or Public When you are sharing your calendar with other users, you may want to make all existing events either private or public. When an event is private, other users will see that the time is reserved, but all event information will be hidden. Renaming a Personal Calendar 1. To rename a personal calendar, click the arrow on the Calendar tab, and then select Calendar Manager. 2. In the Personal Calendars box, click the Rename link for your personal calendar. 3. Enter a new name in the Name of Calendar box. 4. Click the Save Deleting a Personal Calendar Currently, users can only have one shared calendar, and it cannot be deleted. Soon, users will be able to create and manage multiple personal calendars. Adding a Shared Calendar To view another user s calendar, the user must turn on the sharing feature and give you permission to view the calendar. See the Sharing a Personal Calendar help section for more information. 1. Click the arrow on the Calendar tab, and then select Calendar Manager. 2. Click the Add link, which appears next to the Shared Calendars heading. Or, click the green plus + icon, which appears next to the Shared Calendar list in the calendar pane. 3. Select from the list of available calendars. Or, enter an address manually and click the Add The address must exist in the system. 4. Click the Save The status of each shared calendar (available or unavailable) will appear in the Status column. 5. To view a shared calendar, click once on the calendar name, as it appears in the list or in the calendar pane. 1. To make all existing events either private or public, click the arrow on the Calendar tab, and then select Calendar Manager. 2. In the Personal Calendars box, click the Privacy link for your personal calendar. 3. Indicate whether you want to make all events public or private. Private events will still appear as busy/reserved time on your calendar, but all event information will be hidden. Public events can be opened and viewed by all shared users. 4. Click the Save Note: To make a single event either public or private, double-click the event and then check or clear the Private Event checkbox. Editing or Removing a Shared Calendar Click the arrow on the Calendar tab, and then select Calendar Manager. And then do one of the following: To rename or change the address for a shared calendar, click the calendar s Edit link. To remove a shared calendar from your list of shared calendars, click the calendar s Remove link. 6
7 Search Searching for an When you are in an folder (Inbox, Drafts, Sent, etc.), the Search box will appear above the list. From the Search box, you can search for within the active folder or all folders, or you can run a Google web search. Or, you can click the Advanced link to run a detailed search. To search for an using the Search box: 1. Click the folder icon on the Search box and indicate whether you want to search the active folder or all folders. 2. Enter the word(s) you want to search for in the Search box. 3. Click the Search 4. A list of that contain the search criteria will appear in the list. You can then refine the search by selecting a different folder, viewing only the that contain attachments, or changing the search terms altogether. Using Advanced Search To search for an using the advanced search tool: 1. Click the Advanced link, which appears to the right of the Search box. 2. Enter search criteria in the fields provided. You can also indicate a date range, or narrow down the search to only that contain attachments. Tasks Adding a Task List 1. In tasks, click the green plus + icon, located in the task list pane. 2. Enter a name for the task list. 3. Click the Save Adding a Task 1. In tasks, click once on a task list, as it appears in the task list pane. 2. In the Enter a New Task box, enter a task. 3. Click the Add Or, to create a task from anywhere within webmail, click the arrow on the Tasks tab and select Add Task. Select a task list, enter a task, and then click the Save 3. Click the Search 4. A list of that contain the search criteria will appear in the list. You can then refine the search by selecting a different folder, viewing only the that contain attachments, changing the date range, or changing the search terms altogether. 5. To minimize the Advanced Search area while retaining your search results, click the - button, located in the upper right corner of the search area. Or, to close the search and clear your results, click the x Note: In Advanced Search, you can use * and? wildcards in the Subject and Body fields. Searching the Web To run a Google web search: 1. Click the folder icon on the Search box and select Google from the drop-down menu. 2. Enter the word(s) you want to search for in the Search box. 3. Click the Search The Google results window will appear, displaying your results. Working with Task Lists 1. In tasks, click the pencil icon, located in the task list pane. 2. Choose one of the following: To open a task list, click the task list name. To delete a task, click the checkbox beside the task list and then click the Delete To rename a task, click the task list s Edit link. Working with Tasks To edit a task, double-click the task. To mark a task as complete, click the checkmark icon, located to the left of the task name. Or, double-click the task, and click the Completed checkbox. To delete a task, click the checkbox next to the task, and then click the Delete To delete all tasks, click the uppermost checkbox, and then click the Delete To view all tasks, completed tasks, or incomplete tasks, click the drop-down menu and select All Tasks, Completed Tasks, or Incomplete Tasks. To sort tasks alphabetically or according to complete/ incomplete status, click the appropriate column header. 7
8 Settings To manage all webmail settings, click the Settings link, located in the upper right corner. General Settings / Options Display Preferences Show HTML version by default Indicate whether you want to view new in HTML format by default. Display attached images within the message body When an contains attached images, the images will appear in the message body, by default. To turn this feature off, uncheck the checkbox. Attached images will appear in the Attachments area but not in the body of the message. Display the preview pane By default, the preview pane will be available when you are viewing folders. To turn this feature off, hiding the preview pane, uncheck the checkbox. Using Folders Adding a Folder 1. Click the arrow on the tab and select Folder Manager. 2. Click the Add Folder 3. Enter a name for the folder in the Name of Folder box. 4. To place the folder inside of an existing folder, select a folder from the Create in drop-down menu. 5. Click the Save Moving a Folder into Another Folder 1. Click the arrow on the tab and select Folder Manager. 2. Click the checkbox next to the folder(s) you want to move into another folder. 3. Select a folder from the Move to Folder drop-down menu. Number of messages listed per page Indicate how many you want to display in the list at one time. If you are using a slow connection, you may prefer to display only a few at a time (e.g., 10 or 20). New Messages Play alert sound when new arrives Plays a sound when arrives in the Inbox. Check for new every Select how often webmail automatically checks for new mail. Trash Options Move deleted to the Trash folder Check to have deleted items moved to the Trash folder. If unchecked, deleted are deleted permanently. Move purged to the Trash folder Check to have purged items moved to the Trash folder. If unchecked, purged are deleted permanently. General Settings / Language & Date/Time Language Default display language Select from eight possible display languages. Date & Time Default date format Select a month/day/year or day/month/ year date format. Default time format Select a 12 or 24 hour time display for messages. Current time zone Select a time zone. Renaming a Folder 1. Click the arrow on the tab and select Folder Manager. 2. Click the Edit link for the folder you want to rename. 3. Enter a new name in the Name of Folder box. 4. Click the Save Viewing Folder Size 1. Click the arrow on the tab and select Folder Manager. 2. Click the Update Sizes Each folder s total file size will appear in the Size column. Deleting or Purging a Folder 1. Click the arrow on the tab and select Folder Manager. 2. Choose one of the following: To delete the s contained in a folder, click the Purge link, located in the folder s Purge column. To delete the entire folder and its s, click the checkbox next to the folder and then click the Delete 8
9 Composing / Composing Composing Use auto-complete when addressing Check to have webmail attempt to complete typed addresses with a matching address from your contact list. Display the Frequent Contacts box Check to display the Frequent Contacts box, which appears in the Compose window. Disable browser s built-in spell checker Check to disable the browser s automatic spell checking. Save outgoing in the Sent folder Check to copy all outgoing to the Sent folder. Default font in HTML format Select a default font for HTML-formatted . Default font size in HTML format Select a default font size for HTML-formatted . Replying & Forwarding Citations Remove or customize the label used when forwarding or replying to . Examples are provided. Composing / Identities Use the Identities feature to make changes to your display name, address, and reply address. To add a new identity: 1. Click the Add New Identity Composing / Signatures Use the Signatures feature to make changes to your signatures. To add a new signature, click the Add New Signature button, and enter a signature name and a signature in the spaces provided. Images can be uploaded for use in the signature using the Insert/ Edit Image button in the HTML composer menu bar. Use the Plain Text View and HTML View links to switch between the two. Note: Signatures can be HTML or plain text, but not both. To edit a signature, select a signature, and click the Edit To delete a signature, select a signature, and click the Delete To set a signature as the default, select a signature, and click the Set as Default Choose options for when signatures are automatically inserted in , as needed. 2. Enter your display name and address in the spaces provided, as needed. 3. In the Reply To box, enter the address you want recipients to use when they reply to an you have sent. 4. Click the OK To edit an identity, select an identity, and click the Edit To delete an identity, select an identity, and click the Delete To set an identity as the default, select an identity, and click the Set as Default Incoming / Auto-Reply Use the auto-reply feature to set up messages that are automatically sent to any person who sends you an . Status Turn auto-reply on or off. Auto-Reply Message Enter your outgoing message. Enable only during the following time frame Check to have auto-reply only function during a specific time period. Start on Select start date and time. End on Select end date and time. Incoming / Forwarding Use the forwarding feature to send incoming to another account. Status Turn forwarding on or off. Save a copy of forwarded Check to receive a copy of all forwarded . Enable only during the following time frame Check to have forwarding only function during a specific time period. Start on Select start date and time. End on Select end date and time. 9
10 Incoming / Filtering Use filtering to have webmail automatically organize your incoming . To add a new filter: 1. Click the Add New Filter 2. Enter a Filter Name. 3. Enter filtering criteria: From from these addresses will be filtered. To/Cc sent or carbon copied to these addresses will be filtered. Subject with a subject line that contains, doesn t contain, or begins with the entered words or phrases will be filtered. Body with a body that contains or doesn t contain the entered words or phrases will be filtered. Spam Settings / Preferences Spam filtering tools work to detect and filter out spam. The changes you make to your spam filtering preferences will be in effect regardless of your software; even if you use Outlook, Netscape Mail, Eudora, etc., your spam will be filtered, according to your preferences, before the reaches your inbox. Spam Filtering Status Turn spam filtering on, off, or set for exclusive. Note: Exclusive filtering will only allow incoming from addresses or IPs on your Safelist. Spam Handling Indicate how the spam filter should handle incoming spam. Deliver to the Spam folder Spam will be delivered to your Spam folder. Delete the immediately Spam will be deleted automatically. Deliver to the address Spam will be forwarded to the address you indicate. Include [SPAM] at the beginning of the subject line Spam will be delivered to your Inbox, but will include the text [SPAM] in the Subject line. 4. Indicate what action you want the filter to perform on the that match the criteria you indicated: Move to folder Check to have filtered moved to a folder selected in the drop-down menu. Click the New Folder button to create a new folder for the filtered . Forward to Check to have filtered sent to the entered address. Delete immediately Check to have filtered automatically deleted. 5. Click the OK The filter will appear in the Current Filters section. To edit an existing filter, select the filter, as it appears in the Current Filters section, and click the Edit To delete an existing filter, select the filter, as it appears in the Current Filters section, and click the Delete link. Note: If you are using software (Outlook, Netscape Mail, Eudora, etc.) with a POP3 connection, your software only downloads that are stored in your Inbox folder. If you use filters to move into another folder, those will not be downloaded by your POP3 software. Click the Spam folder Cleanup Options link, if you want to limit the amount of spam that is stored in the folder. Indicate how often your Spam folder should be purged automatically after a specific number of days or specific number of . Or, to turn off the automatic cleanup, select Never automatically delete spam. Note: If you are using software (Outlook, Netscape Mail, Eudora, etc.) with a POP3 connection, you will need to log in to webmail to view your Spam folder. Spam Settings / Safelist Safelisted Domains & Addresses To add domains and addresses to your Safelist, click the Add Enter the domain or address, and click the Add Safelisted IP Addresses To add IP addresses to your Safelist, click the Add Enter the IP address, and click the Add To delete any entry, select the domain, address, or IP address, and click the Delete 10
11 Spam Settings / Blacklist Blacklisted Domains & Addresses To add domains and addresses to your Blacklist, click the Add Enter the domain or address, and click the Add Blacklisted IP Addresses To add IP addresses to your Blacklist, click the Add Enter the IP address, and click the Add To delete any entry, select the domain, address, or IP address, and click the Delete External Accounts Use the External Accounts settings to have webmail check your external accounts. To add an external account: 1. Click the Add External Account 2. Enter a name for the account, the server name, username, password, and the folder for the delivered This is a POP3 connection, so check Leave on server to leave a copy of the on the external account server. 4. Click the OK To edit an existing external account, select the account, and click the Edit To delete an existing external account, select the account, and click the Delete Change Password To change your password: 1. Click Change Password in the left menu. 2. Enter your current and new password, and confirm your new password. 2. Click the Save You will see a confirmation message indicating that your new password was successfully changed and that webmail needs to reload. 3. Close any open webmail windows, and click the OK Copyright 2008 Document Authors. Some rights reserved. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License: 11
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