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Click here to go to the webmail login.

Use webmail to get new e-mails anywhere. You just need to know your e-mail address and password, find a computer (or pad/device etc that has internet access), and you can get all your new e-mails.

You can either come to this website and click on the link at the top of the page, or, even easier, enter

www.(yourdomain)/webmail and you will get to the same login page.

Once you have entered the above you will get to the login page, which looks like this:

 

Fill in your e-mail address and your password.

You will then get to another screen which offers a choice of 3 webmail programs. They all work, but I recommend using "Roundcube" as it strikes a good balance between ease of use and facilities available.

If it's your first visit you can make the system go to Roundcube automatically in however many seconds you choose (minimum is 1 second)

This saves a bit of time when you use webmail again.

this is the first screen if you have successfully logged in:

 

 

 Click on Roundcube (or wait if you previously enabled autoload: as in this illustration)

You will then come up with a pretty straightforward screen. Here is an example:

View of Roundmail frontpage

As you can see this is similar to Outlook/Outlook Express and other products, and it's pretty self explanatory. Hovering over the icons gives you a brief guide to what they do.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE

If you have a Pop3 mailbox, which is the standard package type of mailbox, you will only be able to see new e-mails since you last looked at the e-mails on your main computer. If you are an IMAP customer your online view works in the same way as your main e-mail program. For details about IMAP please ring or see the website.

Tip of The Day

There are many ways to achieve the same result in programs. Just because someone says "Don't do it that way!" don't just accept they are right (or wrong) ask them for more explanations.