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2 -2- Table of Contents Welcome and Introduction... 4 System Requirements... 4 Warranty and Disclaimer... 4 Getting Started... 5 How to Access Webmail... 5 Main Webmail Screen Creating a New Message... 7 Compose... 8 Options... 8 Attachments... 8 Spell Checking Messages... 9 Attaching Files to Messages Sending Mail Checking your Inbox Reading Selecting Messages Toolbar Icons Search Collaborate Work with Contacts Calendar Tasks Notes Master Categories for Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes Workspace Reports Settings Account Settings User Webmail Page 2
5 -5- Getting Started How to Access Webmail Starting the Webmail interface is extremely simple. Open any web browser and type the following line into the address bar: where example.com is your unique domain name such as excaltech.com. Make sure that you do not type www when you enter the address as this will cause an invalid URL error. When you successfully type the URL, you will see the login screen, similar to below. Figure 1 Webmail Login Screen In the Address box, enter your address. For example, if it is you would enter In the Password box, enter your mailbox password. If you do not have either of these pieces of information, please see your company administrator or call Excalibur Technology for additional help. Once your information is entered, click the Login button to continue. Page 5
6 -6- Main Webmail Screen Figure 2 The Today Page Once you have successfully logged into the Webmail system, you will see a screen similar to the screen in figure 2. The main parts of the system are , Collaborate, Workspace, Reports, and Settings. Each of these sections will be described in detail in the coming pages. The section is probably the most important part of the Webmail interface. From this page, you can create a new , go to your inbox, view deleted items, view drafts, view your sent items and view your Today page. Depending on your settings, when you log-in, you will see either your inbox or your Today page. Your Today page shows any appointments for today, any news items, how many unread messages you have, how much disk space is available and how much is used, and any scheduled tasks for today. Page 6
7 -7- Creating a New Message When you click on New Message, a window should pop-up similar to figure 3: Figure 3 New Popup Box If no window appears, check that your pop-up blocker didn t block it. From this window, you can create a message and send it, save it as a draft to at a later time, or cancel creating a message. There are three parts to creating a message, namely Compose, Options, and Attachments. These are explained in detail below. Page 7
8 -8- Compose Compose is where you actually create the . Here, you can specify the recipient of the , and any carbon copy (Cc) and/or blind carbon copy (Bcc) recipients. You can also enter the subject and body of your . Fill in the To, Cc, Bcc: and subject lines as you would any message, separating multiple addresses using a comma (,). If you wish to pick names from your online address book, click the To, Cc, or Bcc text. Options The Options tab lets you choose the message importance and allows you to request a read receipt, as seen in figure 4. Figure 4 New Options Tab Attachments The Attachments tab lets you add files to your . This is discussed in more detail in the Attaching Files to Messages section below. Page 8
9 -9- Spell Checking Messages If you wish to spell check your message before you send it, click the Spell Check button. ( ) Once you click the Spell Check button, the Spell Checker will run. If no spelling errors are found, a message box will notify you of this. However, if there are any misspelled words, you ll see a screen similar to figure 5. Figure 5 Spellchecking in the Compose Message Window To change any word, double-click it to see suggested corrections, as seen in figure 6. Figure 6 Spellcheck Suggestions Page 9
10 -10- Any misspelled words that occur multiple times (such as tamarraw ) will have both Ignore and Ignore All in the list. When you choose a new word to replace the misspelled word, if the word you are replacing occurs multiple times in your message, you will see the following message, prompting you to change other misspellings of the word. When you re done spellchecking, a message will be displayed notifying you that the spellcheck is complete. You can also manually Finish Spellchecking or Cancel to return to your message. Finish Spellchecking saves any changes you made to misspelled words, while Cancel does not. Attaching Files to Messages If you wish to attach files to your , click the Attachments tab at the top of the New Message window, as seen in figure 7. Figure 7 The Attachments Tab of the New Message Window Once you are on the Attachments tab, click on the Browse button. This will bring up a standard file browsing window on your computer (This feature may not work on all systems or all browsers). Browse to the file you wish to attach and click the Open button. Then, click the Insert File button. There will be a delay as the file is copied from your computer to the Webmail server. The larger the attached file, the longer the delay will be. Page 10
11 -11- Note: File attachments must be less than 10 Megabytes in total size. To send larger file attachments, use a POP3 mail client such as Outlook. Attached files will show in a list next to the Attachments text, with a Remove button next to each one. To remove any file, simply click the Remove button. Sending Mail When you have finished editing and spell checking your message and have attached any files to the message, you are now ready to send it through the Internet to the intended recipient(s). To send your message, click the Send button. If you wish to save your message for later editing instead of sending it, click the Save to Drafts button. This will place a complete copy of your message in your Drafts folder for later editing and sending. To cancel sending your messages and abandon any changes you have made, click the Cancel button. Page 11
12 -12- Checking your Inbox Figure 8 The Inbox and a Displayed Message When you first view your inbox, the first message will be selected in the list of messages and depending on your account settings, the message view pane may show the contents. Each line represents a unique message. Information displayed about each message includes the address or name (of the sender), subject, the date and time the message was sent, and the total size of the message. s are initially sorted by date and time with the newest messages being displayed at the top of the list. Messages which have not been read will appear in bold text. Messages which have been read and retained will be displayed in normal text. Reading To read an message, simply click the desired . The mouse cursor will become a pointing finger indicating that you may click the message. Once you click an message, the contents of the message will appear in the Message View Area. Your message along with several options will be displayed in the Message View Area. Use the scrollbar on the right hand side of the screen to scroll and view the entire message, if necessary. Page 12
13 -13- The Message View Area displays options relating to the message, as follows: Reply Send a reply to the sender. Opens a new window and copies the current message into the message. Reply All Same as Reply but sends the message to everyone who received the original message. Forward Same as reply but does not add any addresses automatically to the outgoing message. This allows you to send the message to another recipient. Print - Allows you to print the message to a printer you specify To the left of the sender s name, there is an icon, similar to the following: Clicking the person opens a screen (similar to figure 9), allowing you to add the sender to your webmail address book. Figure 9 Adding a Contact to Your Address Book You can either save the contact, or cancel. Further details related to Contacts will be explained later in this manual. In order to continue working in the system, you will need to save or cancel in order to close the mini-window. When you are done reading your message, click another mail message or use one of the Toolbar icons to start another task. Page 13
14 -14- Selecting Messages To select a message or multiple messages for deletion or filing, simply click the message and the background color of the message will change, indicating that the message has been selected. To select multiple messages, use the control key to select them individually, or use the shift key to select a range. Alternatively, you can use the checkbox next to each item to select individual items, or the checkbox above the list to select or deselect all items. You can then use an Icon such as Mark, Move, or Delete to affect all selected items. Toolbar Icons From left to right, the icons at the top of the screen are: New Opens window to create a new message Mark Has a drop-down to mark selected items as Read, Unread, Spam, or Not Spam Move Has a drop-down to move selected items to another folder for organization Delete Purges highlighted message or moves it to Deleted folder based on option set Search Lets you search for messages that fit certain criteria Percentage of given space used Shows circle graph with number below showing how much space is being used out of the amount of space allotted Refresh Checks if you have new mail and updates Inbox Search Click on the magnifying glass to open Search, as seen in figure 10. Figure 10 The Search Bar The first drop-down contains the items From, Subject, and Body, allowing you to specify where you want to find the text entered in the first box. The Inbox drop-down enables you to search All Folders, Inbox, and Inbox and Subfolders. [All Messages] can be changed to find only unread, replied, or forwarded s, and the Last 30 Days drop-down has Last 30 Days, Last 90 Days, Last 6 months, Last 12 Months, and All Time. Page 14
15 -15- Collaborate The Collaborate system contains Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes, as seen in figure 11. Figure 11 The Collaborate Page Work with Contacts To add a new Contact, click the New button, which will bring up a screen similar to figure 12. Figure 12 The Add Contact Screen Page 15
16 -16- To edit a contact s information, select the contact using the checkbox and click Edit in the toolbar. To delete a contact (or contacts), you would select the contact (or contacts) that you want to delete, and click Delete in the toolbar. This action will prompt you to confirm whether or not you want to delete the selected contact(s). Click Ok to delete the contact(s), or Cancel to return to the list. Calendar Figure 13 The Calendar Screen In the Calendar section, you can set-up and manage appointments in webmail. To create a new appointment, click the New button in the toolbar, or click New Appointment. This will cause a pop-up to appear (figure 14). Page 16
17 -17- Figure 14 The New Appointment Screen In this window, you provide a subject, attendees, a location and time for the appointment, and can set a reminder to be sent before the appointment to any address. The Attendees can be added from your contact list in webmail, and the green & red icon to the right allows you to check a person s availability if they have shared their calendar and allowed you the appropriate access. The other tabs allow you to specify how often the appointment repeats, give a description to the appointment, and assign it to one or more categories based on the Master Categories that you setup. Master Categories are discussed in further detail later. Tasks Figure 15 The Tasks Screen Page 17
18 -18- Inside the Tasks component, you can create tasks. When adding or editing a task, a pop-up window will show (figure 16). Figure 16 The New Task Window In this window, you specify a subject for the task, when it should be started, when it s due, when to get a reminder, its priority, status and % complete. The description tab allows you to give further information about the task. You can also categorize it using the Master Categories button at the top to add named categories and the Categories tab to select categories from the list. Master Categories is discussed in further detail later. Notes Figure 17 The Notes Screen Page 18
19 -19- The Notes section enables you to add personal notes. You can give different notes different colors, perhaps using each color for a different category of note. When adding or editing a note, you ll see the screen shown in figure 18. Figure 18 The New Note Window The Details tab allows you to enter your note and choose a color for it. The Categories tab lets you choose a category from the note, based on the Master Categories that have been set-up. Master Categories is discussed in further detail below. Master Categories for Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes The Master Categories lets you add categories in one location to set for any item. That is, Master Categories that you add in Contacts also show in Calendars, Tasks, and Notes. You can type each category on its own line, or enter multiple categories separated by a comma. Page 19
20 -20- Workspace The Workspace section allows you to add RSS Feeds to webmail. To add one, specify a Name for it, and enter the URL for the feed. You can then view the items in the Feed and read the items that interest you. This is useful to read news articles, etc. You can also delete any feeds that no longer interest you. Reports The webmail system includes reports, and you can create your own reports. This is an advanced feature which is outside the scope of this document. Please refer to the online help or call the Excalibur Technology Help Desk for additional information. Settings Figure 19 The Settings Screen The Settings area allows you to customize your Webmail experience. There are two main categories, Settings and Events. Page 20
21 -21- Account Settings The Account Settings section has the following sub-sections: User This section allows you to change your password, display name, Reply- To address and Time Zone. It also allows you to disable greylisting. Greylisting is an anti-spam tool that pretends your mailbox is temporarily down. A spammer will not resend a message. A real e- mail server will. Webmail This section has various options that let you set-up defaults for your Webmail account. You can change your Initial Page to be your Inbox instead of your Today Page, change how s are displayed (HTML vs. text), set sorting, auto-refresh rate (how often it automatically checks for new ), the number of items that show per page, and much more. Compose This section allows you to set-up defaults related to writing (composing) new s. You can change the default font used, how often the system automatically saves your draft, the Spell Check dictionary to use, and other functions. Forwarding This page allows you to automatically forward s to another e- mail address and optionally delete them. Plus Addressing This feature allows you to automatically filter s sent to you without creating rules. For instance, if you want to sign-up for a newsletter, you can sign-up for the newsletter with the address of (if your normal is Then, when an is sent to the will be moved into a newsletter folder due to the +newsletter in the address. This folder will be on the same level as your Inbox folder. You can also use backslashes in the address to further filter s into subfolders. For instance, you can use to sign up for a newsletter and have Page 21
22 -22- the go into an Excalibur folder inside of your newsletter folder. In order to have the subfolder be inside of your inbox folder, you can use You have 3 options for what to do with the , and whether you want the feature enabled. Your 3 options are Move to Folder, Move to Folder (if Exists), and Leave in Inbox. Move to Folder will move the to the specified folder, creating the folder if necessary. Move to Folder (if Exists) will move the to the specified folder if it exists, or leave it in the Inbox if the folder does not exist. Leave in Inbox will leave the as-is. Signature This section enables you to create a default signature for your outgoing s. Instead of typing a signature on every , you can create one here and it will be automatically used. This signature is only used on s you compose in webmail. So, if you re using Outlook or another POP3 client, you may need to create your signature there also, depending on your company policies. Account Profile The Account Profile section allows you add details about yourself. The four subsections are Personal Info, Contact Info, Company Info, and Additional Info. Personal Info has your Display Name, Title, Name, Address, Other Address, Instant Messenger, Home Page, and Date of Birth. Contact Info allows you to set-up other contact information. You can enter phone numbers, fax numbers, a pager number, and mailing/ snail-mail address. Company Info allows you to specify your Company Name, Job Title, Department, Office, Mailing Address, and Website. Additional Info allows you to provide any information that doesn t fit elsewhere. Notification Profiles Notification Profiles enable you to send reminders to addresses and/or show a pop-up reminder window. You can set-up different profiles to different addresses without having the pop-up reminder, or only have the reminder pop-up enabled. Page 22
23 -23- Mailing Lists Mailing Lists enable you to edit or delete a mailing list, if you have the proper rights. When editing a list, you have the following tabs: List Settings, Options, Header/Footer, Subscribe , Throttling, and Help File. List Settings Each mailing list has a name and moderator. The moderator can change who is allowed to post to the mailing list, if s to the mailing list have a subject prefix, the Max Size of the message, and the Max Recipients per message. You can also disable the mailing list and give it a description. Options The Options tab allows you to specify options related to the mailing list. You can enable the following: Digest Mode (instead of receiving every sent, subscribers receive one e- mail with a summary), Replies to List (so subscribers can reply to everyone on the list), Header, Footer, Poster Whitelist, SUBSCRIBE Command, LIST Command, and Unsubscribe from Subject. You can also choose whether to send s when someone subscribes or unsubscribes from the list. Header/Footer This tab allows you to specify a header & footer for the . These sections will only be displayed if they have been enabled on the Options tab. Subscribe This tab allows you to enter content to display on the Subscribe . Throttling This tab allows you to set limits on how many outgoing messages or how much outgoing bandwidth can be used per hour. Help File This tab allows you to enter content for a help file for the mailing list. Subscribers This option lets you view Subscribers, Digest Subscribers, Whitelisted Posters and Blacklisted Posters. For the selected mailing list, you can add s, delete subscribers, upload addresses, download addresses, or search for a subscriber s address. Page 23
24 -24- Digest Settings Digest Settings This option allows you to specify a subject for the Digest, how often it s sent, and what format it s sent in. Options You can enable header, separator and footer from here and specify whether non-text attachments (such as pictures) are enabled in the digest. Header/Footer You can specify the header, separator & footer used in the digest. Auto-Responder The Auto-Responder section lets you turn on and off the Auto-Responder. You can also disable responses to indirect , such as those you get from a mailing list, forward or alias and you can limit responses so that only one response is sent to any individual in a day. It is recommended that you keep the Limit Responses option active so that you do not get blacklisted as a spammer. Auto-Responder Message This tab is only active when the Auto-Responder is enabled. You can specify a subject, the format to write your message in (Text or HTML), and the message to send. When writing in HTML, you can add formatting such as colors & different fonts to the message. In text, you have no formatting available. POP Retrieval This section enables you to retrieve from another POP server, similar to Outlook. You specify your POP server address, port, username, and password. The default port is 110, but this may need to be changed depending on your POP server. You can choose whether to use APOP Authentication, which encrypts your username and password, whether to leave the messages retrieved on the POP server (instead of removing them and having them only in webmail), whether or not your POP server requires SSL, and where these s should be stored. Page 24
25 -25- Filtering Folder Auto-Clean Folder Auto-Clean lets you set limits on how much of your disk space is used by your Junk E- mail, Sent Items and Deleted Items folders. By setting limits, these folders will not become full, which means your account will not become full. o The options you have are Use default settings or Override settings for this account. o If you decide to override settings, the Folders tab will allow you to add rules to individual folders, and edit or delete rules you have created. o When adding a rule, you choose the Folder to auto-clean and whether to clean it based on size or date. If you choose to clean it based on size, you specify the size before and after the auto-clean. This will allow you to keep specified folders a certain size. If you choose to clean it by date, you enter the number of days to keep an before deleting it from the specified folder. This will let you automatically remove old s. Content Filtering Content filtering allows you to specify rules for incoming s. This allows you to automatically treat s based on criteria you specify, which can help your mailbox stay organized. o The first step is to choose which criteria type(s) you want to use. These include From Address, Containing Word, To Address, Attachments, and Other. You can choose multiple criteria in order to better organize s. That is, s from an individual with a specific subject can be treated one way, and s from that same individual with a different subject can be treated differently, if you set-up two filters. o After choosing your criteria type(s), you specify the value(s) to check for each criterion. o Finally, you give your rule a name and specify an action to take. The actions include Delete Message, Bounce Message, Move Message, Prefix Subject, Add Header, Copy Message, and Reroute Message. Delete message deletes the message. You ll never see it in your Inbox, and it is not recoverable, so be careful when using it. Bounce message sends a response to the sender that the has been bounced. The message is delivered to you unless you also choose to delete it, or if your set-up has bouncing disabled. Move Message moves the message to a specified folder. If you set this up and later delete the folder, the folder will be re-created when the filter matches. Prefix subject allows you to add text in front of the subject, which can help you find s later, as they ll all have a similar subject. Add header adds an header to your . You will not see it unless you view the headers, but it can be useful to filtering in Outlook and other clients if you re using them. Copy message forwards the message to the given address and delivers it to you. Page 25
26 -26- Reroute message sends the message to the given address, but does not deliver it to you. Spam Filtering Spam filtering enables you to specify actions to take on possible spam. You can use the default settings, or override settings for your account. The Trusted Senders is unique to each account and can be changed regardless of the setting you choose in the Options tab. Trusted Senders can be either an address, such as or a domain name, such as excaltech.com. Any from those addresses will bypass spam filtering. o If you choose to override settings, in the Action tab, there are three spaces to fill in; based on the probability the is spam. o The actions you can take are No Action, Delete Message, Move to Junk Folder, and Add Text to Subject. o The three settings are individual, so you might decide to delete messages with a High Probability of being spam, send those with a Medium Probability to the Junk , and add text to the subject for those with a Low Probability. Sharing Shared Resources Shared resources let you share your contacts, calendar, tasks, notes, and folders with other users in your domain. That way, can see the calendar for etc. To add a new shared resource, click New. You then choose what you want to share and click Next After choosing what to share, you specify what users or groups you want to share it with, and what access they have. The levels of access are None, Read-Only, and Full Control for all resources except for your calendar, which has an additional level of Availability Only. Availability Only means that the users or groups can view when you re available and when you re not, but cannot view your appointments. Page 26
27 -27- Smarter Mail Client Utilities This page shows you various products you can download and install. These products enable you to synchronize Outlook, PocketPC devices, and smartphones with the Webmail service. SyncML SyncML allows you to synchronize Smarter Mail with a variety of third-party clients, such as Outlook, Thunderbird, PocketPC and Smartphones, BlackBerry devices, and iphones. Events The Events section allows you to respond to various events that occur. Some events include when you receive an , when you send an , and when your disk space usage is at a certain level. When you send an , you might want to add the person you send the to your Trusted Senders list. Instead of doing so manually, you can use an event to automatically do so. You can setup an event so that when your mailbox is getting full, you are sent a notification by to any e- mail address you select, or by using a Notification Profile. (Notification Profiles are covered earlier in this manual). Reminders Clicking this link opens a pop-up window with a list of reminders. The reminders are based on events you ve set-up in the Calendar and Tasks sections of webmail. You can snooze items for up to 3 days, dismiss all reminders, dismiss selected reminders, or close the window. You can also view reminders that you snoozed on. Logout This link logs you out of webmail. Help This page displays additional on-line help. This is useful if you are away from this copy of the manual and need immediate help. When you click the Help link on any screen, you can find out more information regarding the page you re on, browse topics, search the Online Help for more help, or close the Help prompt and continue working in the webmail system. Page 27
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