Webmail - the new WING

Webmail - the new WING

Webmail the new WING Tony Brett Oxford University Computing Services Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Agenda

What is it? Why the upgrade the competition. Whats new Login Sending E-mail attachments Folder View replying & forwarding Searching & Sorting Filtering, especially SPAM

Vacation and automatic forwarding Address Book Questions Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 What is it? A much-improved web gateway for access to Herald, the University E-mail system Tony Brett

OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Why the upgrade? User feedback requested many changes Interface was out-dated and hard to use Needed to be more intuitive and in line with other Webmail systems Increasing volumes of E-mail (and SPAM) called for more advanced handling tools. Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004

The Competition Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Whats New? (1) Checkbox message selection

Word wrapping on compose and read Advanced Searching Advanced filtering Whitelist Blacklist Junkmail folder Immediate deletion Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Whats New? (2) Attachments handled properly

Totally new address book Only one Groups and Individuals In-context help Clearer status page Hide deleted messages option Folders not mailboxes! Tony Brett

OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 How do I log in? https://webmail.ox.ac.uk Normal herald username/password Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 How to send an Email Recipient

Carbon Copy Send Message Subject Keep a copy Tony Brett Type your message here! OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004

How to add an attachment Attached files show here Click here to find file Click here to attach file once found Tony Brett Check this box to mark for removal OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 The Folder View Move

around the folder Where you are in the folder Folder heirarchy Sort columns Folder name

Message select checkboxes Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 The Folders List Message folder Folder folder

Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 How to reply or forward Reply to sender (Reply to: address if present) Reply to all To: and Bcc: recipients Forward message (Opens new compose window) Tony Brett

OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Reply Headers This header is important it helps mail programs keep track of message threads. Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Message Searching More advanced

features Can Modify and Refine Useful for finding messages from a person Useful for getting rid of big messages Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Mail Filtering

Whitelist prevents messages ever being filtered Blacklist makes messages get discarded before ever being delivered Spam thresholds Save in junk-mail Discard without saving Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Vacation Doesnt reply to

mailing lists with Precdence: Bulk header Only replies once to each recipient for each time activated Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Forwarding Automatic forwarding on arrival

Useful if you will be on a different E-mail system or want to forward to a colleague Not the same as forwarding a message manually Only messages that get through the filters are forwarded (i.e. would have been delivered to the INBOX) Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Using the Address book

Group Person Migrate from old WING addressbook(s) Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004 Questions Tony Brett OUCS Course Code ZAE 1 March 2004

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