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What Types of Webmail are Offered at pair Networks?

@Mail  

@Mail is a web-based email client that is written in PHP. It has a rich, but simple-to-use user interface and gives users helpful options on how to customize their email client.

You can make changes to the @Mail interface by going to the Settings tab in the top navbar in the interface. Here you can change things like your email signature, font style, and email sorting methods.

If you want to log in to @Mail directly, use this link to reach the pair Networks-specific @Mail login page: https://am.webmail.pair.com/

From there, you will be able to log in to pair Networks-affiliated mailboxes or addresses. For more information about logging in with a direct link, see our article, Accessing @Mail, Roundcube, or Squirrelmail through Direct Link.

Have questions? Contact our support team.

Roundcube  

Roundcube is an open source user interface that runs on a LAMP server. It has multilingual capabilities, plain text and HTML message compatibility, and the option to spell check messages before sending them. It also offers an address book and shared folders.

You can make changes to the Roundcube interface by going to the Settings tab in the upper right-hand corner of the interface. Here you can change the user interface, enable spell-checking, and much more.

If you want to log in to the Roundcube client directly, use this link to reach the pair Networks-specific Roundcube login page: https://rc.webmail.pair.com/

From there, you will be able to log in to the pair Networks affiliated mailboxes or addresses. For more information about logging in with a direct link, see our article, Accessing @Mail, Roundcube, or Squirrelmail through Direct Link.

Have questions? You can see the Roundcube wiki or contact our support team.

SquirrelMail  

SquirrelMail is a web-based email client written in PHP. It has MIME support, address books, and folder editing options. All pages use pure HTML - no Javascript needed! This helps boost compatibility across the different browsers.

You can make changes to the SquirrelMail interface by clicking Options in the top navbar in the interface.

If you want to log in to the Squirrelmail client directly, use this link to reach the pair Networks-specific Squirrelmail login page: https://sm.webmail.pair.com/

From there, you will be able to log in to the pair Networks affiliated mailboxes or addresses. For more information about logging in with a direct link, see our article, Accessing @Mail, Roundcube, or Squirrelmail through Direct Link.

Have questions? You can see the SquirrelMail documentation or contact our support team.

Updated on July 12, 2018

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