Although we feel that it’s much more efficient and flexible to read and write mail with a desktop mail client such as Outlook, Apple Mail, Thunderbird, or Entourage, we recognize that many users rely heavily on webmail (while traveling, for example).
To access your webmail, just type “webmail” on the end of your domain name. For example: http://yourdomain.com/webmail.
When prompted, enter your full email address and mail password.
Once logged in, you’ll have a choice between three webmail systems:
- Horde: Quite sophisticated, but a bit heavy (includes calendar)
- Squirrel Mail: Very simple, very fast
- RoundCube: Our personal favorite. Works a lot like a desktop mail client.
You can switch between webmail applications at will.
Note the Forwarder, Vacation Message, and Change Password links at the bottom of the webmail login page.