Webmail is a web-based e-mail client that allows you to access
your e-mail functions via a web browser. Read and send your
email from anywhere with an internet connection. On the road,
in a cybercafe, at the library, or from someone else's computer!
access your webmail go to:
and enter your e-mail account login information.
may continue to use your other web client like Outlook Express
or use both. Just remember once you read your e-mail from
one it will not come in again with the other.
Set up your account properties in Outlook to enable
the feature "Leave a copy of messages on server",
so it can be read by Webmail when at another computer.
messages with multiple attachments.
Each user has their own address book, which can be popped
up during message composition in a separate window, without
disrupting your e-mail in progress. Users can even import
their address book from Outlook Express or Netscape Mail
in CSV format.
Inline image attachment display.
Friendly, attractive, icon-based user interface -- If you
don't agree, you can create your own using the built-in
interface template support!
Multiple folders, default ones like SENT and TRASH, and
support for user-created ones as well.
Configurable limits on outgoing attachment size, folder
disk usage, addressbook size.
User preferences, including number of messages displayed
on a page, language, signature, and style (color scheme
Multiple language support.
more little niceties you might not expect to get in a webmail