How do I use Webmail?

Our Unix Accounts offer a Webmail interface that allows you to access any of your email accounts from any computer with an internet connection in the world. 

To access Webmail: 
1. Type www.yourdomain.com/webmail/ into your web browser. (Note the trailing slash) 
2. When prompted, enter the login* and password for the email account you wish to access. 
3. You will then have the option of choosing from a variety of webmail systems (we recommend NeoMail) 
4. If this is your first time using Webmail, you'll need to answer a few simple questions. 
5. You're now ready to send and receive email messages while on the move! 

*If you are accessing email for your main 'primary' account, your username will simply be "username", but if accessing email for any other accounts, you should use "username@domain.com". 
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