If you DO
NOT USE the Webmail and use another program
such as Outlook, Windows Mail, Windows
Live Mail, etc....the Webmail transition
DOES NOT apply to you.
Welcome to the New Mail Server. With this
new transition, we have installed a new
webmail program. It's called RoundCube
Webmail. It's super easy to work and I
believe everyone will love it. It's got
a very easy format to understand. From
what we've been told, your address book
from the "old" Rebeltec Webmail
can also be imported into it. So just
shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com
if you need yours imported. We'll shoot
you an e-mail back when it's all tranferred
Rebeltec Webmail will be going offline
12, 2013, so everyone who currently
uses the Rebeltec webmail, might as well
transition to the new webmail server now.
This is a "true" webmail program
and connects directly to your account
on the mail server. If you delete it here,
it's deleted forever.
Because of the certificate security features
of the new webmail program, we are "currently
not able" to directly embed the login
portion of the new server directly onto
our website (like it is now where you
can put your login info on the homepage
versus having to click on another screen).
are working to see if there is a way to
get this done and to be able to avoid
two screens, when checking your e-mail.
Until then, you'll need to click on the
link below. (Which is also located on
our homepage as well for quick reference.)
When first logging in
- it will ask you to accept the Security
Certificate (refer to below for
more info), then will bring you to the
login screen where you will see "Welcome
to Roundcube". When logging in -
remember to put in your entire e-mail
address and password.
we are able to embed the login info, (if
it's possible) you'll need to accept the
Certificate Security each time you open
a new browser window. If you are using
Internet Explorer, you want to click on
"Contine to this website
(not recommended)" after
you click on the "New Webmail"
link. If using Google Chrome, you'll want
to click on "Proceed anyway"
button. Basically the reason that the
security certificate alert comes up is
because we didn't spend the thousands
of extra dollars to have it registered.
We felt this money was better used to
upgrade and update network facilities
and infrastructurers for our customers.
|Helpful Info regarding SPAM: If
you use the new webmail program, you can
"train" it to learn what kind
of messages are spam and what are good messages.
Just by moving them from the Inbox to the
Junk folder and vice versa if they accidently
got moved as Junk - you can drag them back
to the Inbox. Then any messages from them
on - will or won't be considered as Junk.