A brief look into the Webmail packages offered... Print

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We provide you with the ability to not just have an email address, but we also provide three different web-based clients you can check them with! The benefit of web mail is that you may check your e-mail when you are on the road or just don't feel like using a client on your computer like Outlook Express. To access your web mail, please use the following address:

http://www.yourdomain.com/webmail/

From there you will be given three different choices of web mail clients to use, Horde, NeoMail or Squirrel Mail. Here are some details on each client:

Horde 
Horde is a fully functional web mail client with a few extra bells and whistles. Along with all of the standard web mail functions it also provides the user, it also provides:
Memos - A place to write quick notes to yourself.
Calendar - Displays a calendar who's dates you can edit with your own special events and/or meetings.
Tasks - A personal to do list for yourself, to help you stay organized.

NeoMail 
NeoMail is for those users out here who wants their web mail client to do nothing but check their e-mail. The features are straight and to the point. It's worth noting that you can only use plain text e-mails in NeoMail, no HTML code.

Squirrel Mail 
Squirrel Mail is a good balance between both of NeoMail and Horde in features and accessibility. All of the buttons and text within are pretty self explanatory on what they are suppose to do. 

All three provide great web-based email services for your email accounts. All you need to do is login with your user name and password and you're good to go.

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