Using Webmail and your Controlling your Mail Account /Autoresponder
If you want to useyour mail account when away - you can do this simply through any browser ( IE , Chrome , Edge , Firefox etc )
1. Simply type in to the URL Bar at the top of the browser webmail.yourdomain ( eg in my case webmail.webjectives.co.uk )
If you want to use Webmail all the time -- instead of Outlook or similar - then the fact that ticking the mails and clicking delete leaves them visible may be annoying.
There is a simple fix
1. Log into Webmail - SELECT - MAIL - THEN PREFERENCES - AND THEN MAIL ( SEE BELOW )
SCROLL DOWN TO to MESSAGE and then DELETING AND MOVING MESSAGES ( SEE BELOW )
TICK BOTH THE BOXES "MOVE DELETED MESSAGES TO YOUR TRASH MAILBOX" AND "RETURN TO THE MAILBOX AFTER DELETING "
SELECT " DELETED ITEMS " AS THE TRASH MAILBOX ( IF THIS OPTION APPEARS )
THEN WHEN YOU TICK THE BOX AND PRESS DELETE - THE MESSAGE WILL BE DELETED FROM THE MAIN MAIL SCREEN and into the Trash / Deleted Messages folder
2. log into Webmail - SELECT PREFERENCES AND THEN MAIL ( SEE BELOW )etting up your Autosreponder
To access your e mail settings ( autoresponders etc ) you need to click here
Log in with your e mail address and password
Click on Change Mail account Settings . Here you can change your password
and generate new secure passwords ( press Generate and then Show to see
the new password )
Fof Autoresponders - click on the Auto-reply Tab
To Access your mail when abroad or travelling - all you need is a Web Browser
Simply type into the main url box " webmail.yourdomain.com"
You will see this screen pop up
Simply enter your user name eg email@example.com and then the password
You will come to this screen. You can send a new mail by using the Green New Message
button. You can also add New folders to the left hand panel to organise your mail - and
these folders will be downloaded to your IPAD or IPHONE as well for extra versatililty on
As our server supports IMAP you can add folder to store important e mails in while you are
away . To add a folder move your mouse over Folder Actions as shown below and select
"Create Mailbox "
You will then see this little box pop up where you can name your Mailbox folder
For the purposes of this tutorial I am naming mine as " Keep for work " so I can keep
important mails in here ( see below ) Then click OK
You will see the new folder on the left hand side ready to store your mails in
When you next open your IPAD or IPHONE - the new server will get pulled down onto the
mobile device - and then you can use the IMAP on your IPAD for storing mail as and when