|This tutorial has been put in place to give you the best possible experience with Open Webmail, and to help you use it to its full potential.
If you are new to Open Webmail, it is recommended that you start from the first tutorial, and read them in the order that they are in. You can use the links on the bottom of each page to get to the next tutorial, instead of having to refer back to the index each time.
You will find "Screenshots" of different situations in Webmail, which allow you to have a "hands on" like tour of Open Webmail. You can refer to these tutorials any time, by clicking the "Need Help?" link on the Open Webmail session screens, as well, you can navigate to here yourself by going to http://www.yourdomain.com/webmailhelp/help/en/ (where yourdomain.com is the name and extension of your domain.).
The Open Webmail Tutorials were originally developed by: Brent Epp and William Brillinger of
Precision Design Co.
, Altona, Manitoba, Canada.
If you find an error or feel that these tutorials are lacking something, feel free to
us! (Please put the text "Open Webmail" in the subject line)
Please note that we do not provide personal technical support for Open Webmail users or administrators. Please e-mail us only to suggest information be put in the Open Webmail tutorial, such as links, resources, or other topics you may like to see covered in these tutorials. If you need help using Open Webmail, please browse these tutorials to find what you're looking for, or see
for links to other support resources.
- William Brillinger & Brent Epp
Open Webmail Help Tutorial Version 1.5
Based on the features found in Open Webmail Version 1.81