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Basic Message Functions
How do I Open my Inbox?
How do I Read a Message?
How do I Reply/Forward a Message?
How do I Send an Email Message?
How Do I Delete a Message?
How do I Undelete a Message?
What are Cc: and Bcc:?
How do I Attach a File?

Storage Space
What is the mailbox storage allowance?
What is Storage Space Management?
Can I increase storage quota beyond 250MB?

Advanced Features
What features are available in Web-Mail?
Does the WebMail support Wireless/WAP access?
How do I use Mail Filters?
What is Mail Color Coding?
What is the Mailbox Appearance Changer?
How do I use Spell Check?
How do I create my Signature?
How do I Translate a Message?
How do I Use the Virtual Keyboard?
How do I create an Auto-reply Message?
How do I Change my "Reply To" Address?
How do I Search for Messages?
How do I do an Advanced Search?
What does View Your Favorites mean?
How do I Add a Favorite?
How do I set up the POP Email Collector?

Folders
How do I View my Folders?
How do I Make a New Folder?
How do I Move messages to another Folder?
How do I Empty a Folder?

Contacts
How do I Add a Sender to Contacts?
How do I Add a New Contact?
How do I Edit a Contact?
How do I Create a Group?
How do I Import/Export Contacts?

Spam Filtering & Virus Scanning
Is spam (Junk Mail) filtering enabled by default?
How do I enable spam filtering?
How do I enable virus scanning?

Related Links
How can I create a new e-mail account?
How do I change e-mail password?
What if I don't remember my password?
POP3/IMAP4/SMTP & WAP settings
Setting up OpenBand Account in E-mail Client


Basic Message Functions

How do I Open my Inbox?

Click on the Inbox icon, located in the navigation panel at the left side of the email interface or Click on the Inbox tab, located just above the message window, if it's visible in your current view.

How do I Read a Message?

Click on the sender's email address or name in any message folder (Inbox, Sent Mail, etc.).

How do I Reply/Forward a Message?

Click on the Reply, Reply All or Forward button, located in two places, just above and below the message body.

Reply - Automatically addresses the message to the person who sent it to you.

Reply All - Automatically addresses the message to everyone whose names or email addresses are listed in the following fields: To, From and Cc.

Forward - Opens a window with the message in it, ready to be addressed. Click the Send Mail button, located below the message. Please note: the system will attach the forwarded message if the composer is in Text-Only mode whereas, if the composer is using Rich Text, it will insert the body of the forwarded message. The reason is to preserve the format of the message that is being forwarded when using the text-only composer.

How do I Send an Email Message?

There are four basic steps for writing and sending an email message:
  1. Enter the email address of the person to whom you're sending the message in the To field by one of the two following methods: type the address or click the Contacts icon and select an address.
  2. Type a brief description of the message in the Subject field.
  3. Type your message in the message body field.
  4. Click the Send Mail button to send the message.

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How Do I Delete a Message?

To delete a message:
  1. Click on the checkbox located to the left of the message you wish to delete in any email folder (Inbox, Sent Mail, etc.). A checkmark will appear in the checkbox, indicating that the message has been selected.
  2. Click the Delete button, located just above the checkbox column to delete the selected messages.
NOTE: Deleted messages are not completely removed from the system. They are moved to your Deleted Items folder. To remove them completely, open the Deleted Items folder and click Empty Trash. Deleted messages in the Deleted Items folder can be recovered, however once you click the Empty Trash link or Delete them from the Deleted Items folder, the messages are permanently deleted and cannot be recovered.

How do I Undelete a Message?

To recover a deleted message:
  1. Click on the Deleted Items tab to open the Deleted Items folder.
  2. Click on the checkbox located to the left of the message you wish to recover. A checkmark will appear in the checkbox, indicating that the message has been selected. To select more than one message to be recovered, click on the checkbox beside each message.
  3. Click the dropdown menu marked Move to Folder and select the folder where you wish to store the recovered messages (typically Inbox, but you may move these messages to any folder).
  4. When you release the mouse button, the message(s) will be moved to the selected folder.
NOTE: Deleted messages in the Deleted Items folder can be recovered, however once you click the Empty Trash link, the messages are permanently deleted and cannot be recovered.

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What are Cc: and Bcc:?

Different types of recipients

To: - The primary recipient(s) of your message are listed in the To field. Their names and/or email addresses will be visible to the other recipients.

Cc: - People who aren't primary recipients but who should be advised of the message contents go in the Cc (originally, "carbon copy") field. Their names and/or email addresses will be visible to the other recipients.

Bcc: - People who should be advised of the message contents, but whose names should not appear on the message go in the Bcc (originally "blind carbon copy") field. Their names and/or email addresses will not be visible to the other recipients.

How do I Attach a File?

How to attach a file to be delivered with your email message:
  1. Click the Attachments button, located at the lower left corner of the Write Mail interface.
  2. Click the Browse button to open a dialog box, where you can select a file to be attached.
  3. Browse for the file, click on the filename to select it, then click the dialog box's Open button.
  4. The dialog box will close, and the path/filename will appear in the Attachments interface.
  5. Click the Attach File button to upload the file to your email service (depending on the size of the file and the speed of your Internet connection, this process may take a few seconds or several minutes).
  6. The Attachments interface will change, adding a third step and a small Message Attachments window, where the file name and size appears.
  7. You may remove the file by selecting the filename and clicking the Delete button, if you wish.
  8. Repeat the previous Browse and Attach File steps to add additional files, if appropriate.
  9. Click the Done button when all file attachments are uploaded.
  10. The Attachments interface will close, returning you to the Write Mail interface.
  11. Attached files will appear in a small Message Attachments window at the bottom of the Write Mail interface.
  12. When you've finished preparing the message click the Send button to send both the message and the attached file.

NOTE: Be considerate of your recipients. Don't send large attachments to people who have slow Internet connections unless they're aware of the file's purpose and are willing to deal with the download time.

NOTE: Computer viruses are often transmitted as email attachments. Be especially cautious when you receive an attachment from someone you don't know (don't open the attachment), and be equally considerate of people to whom you send attachments. It's a good practice to list the filename and explain the purpose of any attachment you send them.

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Advanced Features

What features are available in Web-Mail?

Feature Description
E-mail Blocking E-mail Blocking Automatically block e-mails sent by certain users.
E-mail Color Coding Assign specific colors to the emails from specific users.
E-mail Filtering E-mail Filtering Create e-mail filters (rules) based one sender, date, subject content etc. to better manage incoming e-mails.
E-mail Scheduling Send e-mails at a later scheduled time.
POP E-mail Collector Retrieve/Collect e-mails from other e-mail accounts by using POP3 protocol.
Save Draft Save an e-mail as draft to finalize and send it at a later time.
Translator Translate and /or compose e-mails in (8) languages.
Rich text editor Edit e-mails in rich text format (available only inside IE for Windows)
Auto Responder Create automatic reply messages.
Auto spell-check Automatic spell check.
Mail Finder Search a "text" in e-mails stored in Inbox or in other Folders.
Multi-lingual User Interface Support for (8) different languages in Web-Mail user interface.
Calendar/Task Management/Reminder Advanced and intuitive Task/Schedule management.
Import Contact Import contacts from an e-mail application program or a web based application supporting csv (comma separated values) files.
Export Contacts Export contacts as a csv (comma separated values) file.
Nested Folders Create nested folder structure to archive e-mails.
Mailbox Appearance Changer Change the color of your WebMail interface.


Does the WebMail support Wireless/WAP access?

Yes, the Webmail supports Wireless/WAP access.
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How do I use Mail Filters?

The Mail Filters Options main page displays a table of filters you currently have implemented (if any). You may Edit or Delete them by clicking the appropriate links. To add a new Mail Filter:
  1. Click the Create a New Filter button.
  2. Specify the filter conditions.
  3. Select a field (From, To, Cc or Subject).
  4. Select the condition (contains, does not contain, starts with, ends with).
  5. Type in the text the filter should recognize (a particular username, a certain domain name, whatever is unique and common to the messages you wish to filter).
  6. Select the folder to which this filter will move messages.
  7. Click the Submit button to implement the new filter.
You will be returned to the Mail Filters main page, where your new filter will be displayed in the table, available for use, to Edit or Delete.

Please note that you can change the order in which the filters run by clicking the up or down arrows in the Move column. The ones that appear first, or higher, on the list, run before those below.

Why is the order important?
As a message arrives at your email account, the filters you have created will monitor the message to see if it matches any of the conditions you specified. Only one filter at a time can scan the message, so you must establish an order for them to perform.

What difference does it make?
Usually none at all. But if you have filters that relate to each other, their order becomes critical. For example, if one filter specifies that all messages from your office email domain (yourcompany.com) go into a folder called Office, and another filter specifies that all email from your boss (boss@yourcompany.com) goes into a folder called Priority, the "boss" filter would have to run first. Otherwise, the "office" filter would take all the "yourcompany.com" messages, including the boss' emails, and place them in the Office folder. Then, when the "boss" filter ran, there would be no messages for it to process (because your boss' emails had already been transported off to the Office folder and are no longer available for the boss filter to check).

What is Mail Color Coding?

Recognize important messages at a glance with color coding. The Mail Color Coding Options main page displays a table of color codes you currently have implemented (if any). You may Edit or Delete them by clicking the appropriate links. To add a new Color Code:
  1. Click the Create New Color Code link.
  2. Type an email address you'd like to color code in the text field.
  3. Select the color using either of these means:
  4. Click the radio button next to the color you want to assign to this email address.
  5. Click the radio button next to Custom Color and enter the hexadecimal value for any color in the text field.
  6. Click the radio button next to Custom Color, click the ... button, and select a color using the color picker.
  7. Click the Submit button to implement your color choice.
You will be returned to the Mail Color Coding Options main page where you new color code will be displayed in the table, where you may Edit or Delete it.

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What is the Mailbox Appearance Changer?

Change the look-and-feel with a single mouse click. The Appearance Changer provides an opportunity for you to change the color of your WebMail interface.

Here's how it works:

Select Color by clicking the plus sign or the word at the left side on the Appearance page to preview different appearances for your interface.

Click on one of the color sets displayed. The interface will reload displaying the new color. Repeat until you're satisfied with the appearance.

When you've found the look you like, simply go on to another option or return to your email service.


How do I use Spell Check?

To use the spell check feature:
  1. Click the Spell Check button when you have finished writing your message.
  2. The Spell Check interface will be displayed.
  3. Click on a misspelled word, as indicated in red underlined text.
  4. A list of possible correct spellings will appear in the Suggestions box in the lower left corner.
  5. Click on the correct spelling, and notice that the word appears in the change to box in the lower right corner.
  6. Click the Change button, and the new word will replace the red misspelled one in your message.
  7. Continue, repeating the steps above for each red underlined word until all are corrected.
  8. Click the Done button, and you will be returned to your message in the Write Mail interface.

How do I create my Signature?

The Signature Option offers an opportunity for you to create a customized email "signature" that will be displayed at the bottom of the messages you send. Typically, business people will include their business-card information there. Personal signatures may include favorite quotations or jokes in addition to contact information.

Using the Rich Text Editor, you can also add colors, change typefaces, and even add graphics from the collection found under the smiley face on the Rich Text panel.

To add a Signature to your Email:

Click the Add Signature icon. If you have not created a custom signature, your name will appear at the bottom of your email message. If you have created a custom signature, it will appear at the bottom of your email message.

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How do I Translate a Message?

To translate a message:
  1. Click on the Write Mail icon to open the message composer.
  2. Write and address your email as you would normally, taking the following hints into consideration when writing a message to be translated:
    - Use short simple sentences.
    - Avoid slang or colloquialisms.
    - Avoid acronyms (unless universally familiar) and obscure terms.
    - Do NOT include any HTML tags (the translator will fail).
    - If your signature has a URL/hyperlink in it, be sure to remove it before you send the message.
    - Bottom line: Keep it simple.
  3. Select a language translation choice from the dropdown menu.
  4. Click the Send Mail button to send your message.
Note: A copy of your original message in the original language is also included.

How do I Use the Virtual Keyboard?

To use the Virtual Keyboard:
  1. Click the Universal Virtual Keyboard (UVK) icon.
  2. The composer window will reload and a small window will open and display a keyboard image.
  3. Select the language of your choice from the Language dropdown menu.
  4. The keys on the keyboard will change to display the new language selection.
  5. There are two ways to type with this keyboard:
    • Click on the keyboard image keys with your mouse.
    • Type with your regular keyboard (it has been temporarily remapped to work with the new language).
  6. When you're finished typing, close the Universal Virtual Keyboard window, and send your message as usual.
Clicking the "English hint" checkbox places red-colored English-language keyboard characters alongside the other language's characters on the keyboard. It's handy when you're using an English-language keyboard to type in another language.

Please note that Virtual Keyboard is only available inside IE for Windows.

How do I create an Auto-reply Message?

To create an Auto-reply message:
  1. Click the checkbox next to Enable Auto-Reply.
  2. Type the email addresses of people who you do NOT want to receive this auto-reply message in the Auto-reply to everyone except these email addresses field. Each email address must be separated by a semi-colon (;).
  3. Write the message you want to be automatically sent in the Auto-Reply Message field.
  4. Click the Submit button to implement the auto-reply service.

How do I Change my "Reply To" Address?

To change your "Reply To" address:
  1. Type the email address you wish to be displayed in the From: field on your email messages. (Not necessary unless you want it to be different from the email address that goes with this account.)
  2. Click the Set Preferences button to implement your decision.

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How do I Search for Messages?

To search for messages:
  1. Click the Mail Finder link, under Tools on the left side NavBar. The Search for Messages page will appear.
  2. Type keywords or phrases in the Search for text field.
  3. Click the radio button next to the email message field you wish to search (From, To, Cc, Subject or Message Body) in the In this Field section.
  4. Click the In this Folder dropdown menu and select the folder you wish to search.
  5. Click the Search button, located up by the Search for text field.
  6. A list of messages that contain your search string will appear in the standard email folder format.
NOTE: Only the first 256 characters of the To/Cc field are searchable. If you need to search for a longer text string, please select "Message Body" for your search (it will search the To/Cc: field, too).

How do I do an Advanced Search?

To perform advanced searches:
  1. Click the Mail Finder link, under Tools on the left side NavBar. The Search for Messages page will appear.
  2. Click the Advanced Search text link, located to the right of the Search button. The advanced version of the Search for Messages page will appear.
  3. Type keywords or phrases in the Search for text field.
  4. Click the radio button next to the email message field you wish to search (From, To, Cc, Subject, Message Body or Message headers) in the In this Field section.
  5. Click the checkbox next to Date and set the appropriate date using the dropdown menu if you wish to search within a date range.
  6. Click the checkbox next to Size and set the appropriate file size using the dropdown menus if you wish to search within a file size range.
  7. Click on the Message type dropdown menu and select the type of messages you wish to search (the default is All Messages).
  8. Click the checkbox next to the appropriate folder in the In these Folders section, or click the top checkbox to select them all.
  9. Click the Search button, located up by the Search for text field.
  10. A list of messages that contain your search string will appear in the standard email folder format, separated by headers with the appropriate folder names.
NOTE: Only the first 256 characters of the To/Cc field are searchable. If you need to search for a longer text string, please select "Message Body" for your search (it will search the To/Cc: field, too).

What does View Your Favorites mean?

Store your Favorites on the web, so they're always there.
  1. Click the Favorites link, under Tools on the left side NavBar.
  2. Click on any Favorite name. The URL/link and Note will appear directly beneath the link.
  3. Click on the URL/link to visit the site. Folders can be expanded or collapsed by clicking on the Expand all or Collapse all links.

How do I Add a Favorite?

To add a Favorite website:
  1. Click the Favorites link, under Tools on the left side NavBar. The Favorites page will load.
  2. Click the Manage Favorites button.
  3. Click on the radio button next to the folder in which you wish to save this Favorite.
  4. Click the Add Favorite button.
  5. A page will open where you may enter up to five new favorites. Enter the following information for each Favorite you wish to add:
    Website Name
    Website URL
    Notes
  6. Click the Done button when you've finished entering the information.

How do I set up the POP Email Collector?

The POP Email Collector Option main page displays a table of POP accounts you may have set up (if any). You may Edit, Delete or Pop Collect (gather email from) these accounts on this page. To add a new POP server to the list:
  1. Click the Add POP Server button. A new page will load.
  2. Select your POP Mail Server Name from the dropdown list, or if it's not listed, enter the POP Mail Server Name in the text field below the dropdown list.
  3. Enter your Username for that account.
  4. Enter your Password for that account.
  5. Enter your Email Address for that account.
  6. Select an icon indicator to mark messages received from this account.
  7. Type in the Port number (110 is standard).
  8. Click the radio button next to the selection to either Delete copies on POP server or Leave copies on POP server.
  9. Select the folder in which you wish these messages to appear when picked up.
  10. Click the radio button next to your choice of whether to keep the original message date (Yes/No).
  11. Click the Save button.
You will return to the POP Email Collector Option main page, where your new Pop Server information will be displayed, available to Edit, Delete or Pop Collect.

Where can I find the setup information for POP3/IMAP4/SMTP & WAP?

  • Then click on the "Options" link located in the vertical navigation panel on the left side of the page.
  • Click on POP3/IMAP4/SMTP & WAP Setup Information.

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Folders

How do I View my Folders?

To view your folders:
  1. Click the Folders icon on the left side NavBar. The View Folders page will be displayed with a tab for the Manage Folders page available for convenient use.

  2. There are three formats for viewing your email folders:

Dynamic View

    • Click on the plus sign (+) to open a dynamic folder.
    • Click on the minus sign (-) to close a dynamic folder.

Explorer View

    • Click on the folder to open it.
    • The page will reload, and the sub folders will appear.

Static View

    • All folders and sub folders are visible all the time in Static View.

How do I Make a New Folder?

To make a new folder:
  1. Click the Folders icon to enter the Folders section.
  2. Click the Manage tab to enter the Folder Management section.
  3. Click a radio button next to an existing folder to select the parent folder for your new folder. Your new folder will be created within this folder. If you select the top folder - the one with your username as its title - your new folder will be on the same hierarchical level as the Inbox, Sent Items, Drafts and Deleted Items folders. You may also create folders within any of those default folders and within any new ones you create.
  4. Click the New button.
  5. Enter a name for your new folder in the Enter a folder name text field.
  6. Click the Create button.

How do I Move messages to another Folder?

The Move to Folder function is the key to organizing your email system. With it you can create new folders and move messages from any folder to any other folder.
  1. Click on the checkbox located to the left of the message in any email folder (Inbox, Sent Mail, etc.). A checkmark will appear in the checkbox, indicating that the message has been selected.
  2. Click on the Move to Folder dropdown menu.
  3. Click on any of the list items or [New Folder]. If you selected an existing folder, the message will be moved when you release the mouse button after selecting the folder from the dropdown menu. If you selected [New Folder], a Script Prompt will appear on your screen. Type a name for the new folder into the text area, then click OK to create the new folder and move the message, or click Cancel to abort the operation.

How do I Empty a Folder?

Click the Empty Folder link, located above the message list and to the right of the Current folder designation.

NOTE: Use caution with this action. It is not reversible. All messages in the folder will be deleted permanently; they will NOT be sent to your Deleted Items folder, so they cannot be recovered.

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Contacts

How do I Add a Sender to Contacts?

To add a Sender to your Contacts (address book):
  1. Click on the sender's email address or name in any email folder (Inbox, Sent Mail, etc.) to open the message.
  2. Click the Save Address link, located to the right of the sender's name or email address in the email header From: field. The Save Address window will open displaying a checkbox, the sender's email address and text fields for First Name and Last Name. (If there are other addressees, their information will appear also.)
  3. Click the checkbox(es) to select the name(s) you wish to save.
  4. Type the sender's first and last names into the appropriate text boxes if necessary.
  5. Click the Save button.
  6. A message will appear confirming that the selected contact(s) have been added.
  7. Click OK.

How do I Add a New Contact?

To add a new contact:
  1. Click the Add Contact button.
  2. Fill out all appropriate fields under the Personal Information and the Company Information tabs.
  3. Click the Add Information button to save the new contact.

How do I Edit a Contact?

To edit a contact:
  1. Click the Contacts icon or the Contacts tab to view your address book.
  2. Click on a contact's name.
  3. The contact's information form will appear where you can make changes.
  4. Click the Update Information button to save the new information.

How do I Create a Group?

To create a group:
  1. Click the Contacts icon or the Contacts tab to view your address book.
  2. Click the Create Group button.
  3. In the form that appears, Enter a name for this group. You may also enter the following optional information about the group:

    • Detailed description of the group
    • Group contact information (Address, City, State, Zip and Telephone)

  4. Click the Go to Step 2 button. A list of contacts will appear.
  5. Click the checkboxes beside the names you wish to include in your new group.
  6. Click the Create Group button. A confirmation page will appear with a list of the group members displayed in a text box.
  7. Click the Finished button. You'll be returned to your Contacts list, and the new Group will appear as a single contact.
  8. To send an email to the group, click the Group icon, or click the checkbox, then the Send Mail button.

How do I Import/Export Contacts?

To Import/Export your contacts:
  1. Click the Contacts icon or the Contacts tab to view your address book.
  2. Click on the Import/Export Contacts button.
To Export Contacts from your Contacts:
  1. Click the Export to dropdown menu and select the application to which to will export your contacts.
  2. A dialog box will open, prompting you to save a file to your hard drive.
  3. Save the file to a location on your computer's hard drive where you can find it easily (the desktop is a good temporary location).
  4. Use the Import function in your other application to import the file you saved into the application.
To Import Contacts to your Contacts:
  1. Click on one of the following links at the top of the Import/Export Contacts page for specific information about transferring information from that application:

    • Microsoft Outlook
    • Outlook Express
    • Netscape Communicator 4.0
    • Lotus Organizer
    • Palm Pilot

  2. Follow the instructions to export the information from your other application to a file, and save that file to a location on your computer's hard drive where you can find it easily (the desktop is a good temporary location).
  3. Click the Browse button.
  4. A dialog box will open where you can select the saved file on your hard drive.
  5. Select the file and click the Open button on the dialog box. The filename will appear in the text field next to the Browse button.
  6. Click the Import Address Book button.

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Spam Filtering & Virus Scanning

Is spam (Junk Mail) filtering enabled by default?

No, in order to keep the user experience with OpenBand's e-mail platform and to prevent any message loss, spam filtering is not automatically enabled. However, customers are encouraged to login to the Web-Mail interface to review information about e-mail platform features and functionality, and to enable spam filtering for their respective accounts. (See the following FAQ for more information.)

How do I enable spam filtering?

To enable spam filtering
  1. Connect to Web-Mail interface via http://webmail.smartneighborhood.net or http://webmail.glassmile.net, or from OpenBand Online Customer Care Account at: https://support.openband.net
  2. Then click on the "Options" link located in the vertical navigation panel on the left side of the page.
  3. Under the "Mail Management" section, choose "Junk Mail".
  4. There are three options/settings to choose from:
    • Deliver Spam to Junk Folder (Spam gets deleted after 7 days): Spam emails will be delivered to "Junk E-mail" folder. Please note that wanted messages are occasionally identified as junk mail. To verify that wanted email has not been moved to your Junk Mail folder, check your Junk Mail folder regularly. To do this, first click "Folders" located in the navigation panel at the left side of the email interface and then chose Junk E-Mail to check the folder content.

    • Deliver Spam to Inbox (Turn off Junk Mail filtering): No Spam filtering enabled.

    • No Spam Delivery (Delete all Spam): Spam emails will be deleted as soon as they are detected. Please note that with this option, users will not have the opportunity to review filtered messages and determine if a wanted message was accidentally identified as junk mail.


How do I enable virus scanning?

Virus scanning is automatically enabled for all inbound and outbound messages. No action is required by email customers to turn it on.


Storage Space

What is the mailbox storage allowance?

Our messaging platform provides 250MB of storage space. When your mailbox size is approaching the limit, you will receive a "warning notice". Once the quota is exceeded, another message is sent. New emails will bounce with a "Quota Exceeded" error message.

What is Storage Space Management?

Tools to help you manage your storage space efficiently. This option allows you to delete attachments in your Sent Mail Folder. This service is very effective at keeping your storage space free.

Can I increase storage quota beyond 250MB?

No, not at the moment. We will try our best to offer more storage space in the future.

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