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Webmail is not as feature-rich as some mail clients, but it can provide a useful and secure connection to your e-mail when all you have available to you is a graphical web browser, such as Firefox or Internet Explorer, which supports an encrypted (ie, secure) connection.
Webmail supports the following features:
The only storable preferences currently supported are: full name, e-mail address, language, and signature.
Sent mail (messages that you send) is saved in a mailbox named sent-mail in the mail folder (mail) in your home directory,
To run Webmail, you will need:
Please refer to the Roundcube Roundcube User's FAQ page for additional information.
Our Webmail installation is configured to only allow connection to the CS IMAP e-mail server.
If you have any questions please contact the Lab Staff.