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Classic Webmail FAQ
Each time you Sign In to Classic Webmail, your Inbox is displayed and Classic Webmail checks automatically for new messages. Thereafter, while Classic Webmail is open, you can manually check for new messages by clicking the Inbox button or by clicking the New Messages button. Your Inbox window will refresh, and if any new messages have arrived, they will be displayed, sorted according to your setting. (The default sort setting is by date, newest at the top. Depending on how many messages you already have in your Inbox and your display settings, your messages may be spread over several pages, and so you may have to click to another page to view new messages.)
Yes. If you exit your Web browser without clicking the Logout button, Classic Webmail will automatically sign you out after two hours. We recommend always clicking the Logout button before exiting your browser.
Yes. You can Sign In to your Classic Webmail account from more than one computer at a time. However, you will be "timed-out" after a preset period of idle activity.
When you add addresses to your Address List, you must specify a Display Name as a label for that address entry. A Display Name can be used as a shortcut when composing messages - once added to your Address List, you only have to click the recipient's name in the Address List instead of typing the whole email address. Read more about Classic Webmail Addresses and the Address List.
The name that appears in your outgoing messages is set in the Options-Your Information window. Click the Options button, then click the Your Information button to see and change your Personal Information. The Name you enter is displayed in the header of your outgoing messages, in addition to your email address, and the Name appears beside "From" in the recipient's Inbox.
Each account has 2 GB (Gigabytes) of storage space. . You can see how much of this you have used to the left of the Inbox under Mail Usage or on the Options-Your Information page :
If you are approaching your storage limit, you should delete some or all messages from your folders, especially those which include attachments. A good place to start is to empty the Trash folder, and remove messages from the Sent folder. Sorting messages by size will help identify larger messages that may be filling up the mailbox and may be removed to quickly free up space.
When you delete a message it is moved to the Trash folder. You can move messages from the Trash folder to another folder. Read about using Classic Webmail folders. Once you empty the Trash folder, you cannot get messages back.
I'm being spammed! what should I do?
Report your spam messages to the spam abuse centre by using the Report As Spam button on the folder menu or in the Read Message window.
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