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Posted: 10 Jun 2004
 

WebAccess User Guide

WebAccess provides an easy-to-use, Web-based e-mail interface with a wide range of communication and collaboration capabilities such as resource scheduling, busy search, and proxy. It is for use with browsers that support Java scripting and is geared for high speed connections. WebAccess provides a default Inbox; a calendar; and (if enabled) personal, shared system, and public address books. Customization options include creating multiple mail folders and calendars.

The WebAccess user guide covers the following tasks:

  • Starting and Exiting the WebAccess Interface
  • Using Mail Messages
  • Using Appointments
  • Using Tasks
  • Using Notes
  • Forwarding Items
  • Replying to Items
  • Managing Items
  • Managing Folders and Calendars
  • Using Address Books
  • Using Rules
  • Giving Other Users Access to Your Mailbox (User Proxy)
  • Downloading Messages from Other E-Mail Accounts (Mail Proxy)
  • Changing WebAccess Settings
  • Changing from WebAccess to Webmail

Read the WebAccess user guide here

Webmail User Guide

Webmail provides an easy-to-use, Web-based messaging system with a wide range of communication and collaboration capabilities. It requires no JavaScript support and runs in any browser that is HTML 2.0 and above compatible. Webmail is ideal for slow connections. Webmail provides options for sending and receiving e-mail messages, appointments, tasks, notes, and attached files. Options are provided for tracking your schedule with the calendar, searching for times when participants and resources (such as conference rooms) are available for appointments, and managing folders.

The Webmail user guide covers the following tasks:

  • Starting and Exiting the Webmail Interface
  • Using Mail Messages
  • Using Appointments
  • Using Tasks
  • Using Notes
  • Forwarding Items
  • Replying to Items
  • Managing Items
  • Managing Folders and Calendars
  • Using Address Books
  • Using Rules
  • Giving Other Users Access to Your Mailbox (User Proxy)
  • Downloading Messages from Other E-Mail Accounts (Mail Proxy)
  • Changing Webmail Settings

Read the Webmail user guide here


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