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Question Title How do I send and receive emails with Webmail?

Webmail allows you to send and receive your emails simply by logging in using your browser. This means you can login to your Webmail from any computer with internet access, anywhere in the world. No email software is required. Our Webmail includes loads of great features and is easy to use with no technical knowledge or setup required. You can also customise the look, colour and layout of your Webmail environment.

How to login to Webmail

If you have problems in Webmail, have a look at our Troubleshooting section which contains answers to common problems.

Note: to help you keep your account clear when using Webmail, older emails that are likely unwanted are automatically cleared for you - see here for details.

 
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