As standard our websites are built with 3 various webmail systems for you to choose from.
What is Webmail?
Webmail is a tool that allows you to send and receive emails directly from any computer or mobile device connected to the internet. Webmail is ideal when you need to check your emails while travelling or using another person’s computer or an outside computer, such as at the library or at a cafe.
How do I check my Webmail?
Simply go to www.A20.royalmarinadidim.com/webmail and type in your email and password.
(you may want to book-mark this address so you can easily check your emails on a regular basis)
After you have logged in, you will see the same page as below but your email will be shown at the top of the page
Our customers have previously asked, which is the best WebMail ?
This really depends on what you are comfortable with and what features you would like. But all 3 of these webmail offer the basic email features you would expect such as:
Compose Email, Forwarding, Junk Mail, Address Book, Trash, Folders, Marked as Read/Unread etc.
We would recommend that you try each one by clicking on the respective links;
Read Mail Using…
and see which one you are most comfortable with.
Once you have found the right Webmail that provides the features you require and you are most comfortable with, simply click Enable AutoLoad - next time you log-in to check your email, the Webmail of your choosing will Automatically open up.
And finally, the 4 links at the bottom (these options can also be accessed inside your chosen webmail)
– follow this link to change your email password.
– if you are going on holiday and cannot or do not want to check your emails during this period, simply follow this link and set an automated response for anyone that sends you an email during this period.
Configure Mail Client
– if you use Microsoft Outlook or similar to check your emails, follow this link for the configuration details.
– follow this link only if you are having problems with spam and would like to “filter” certain items/content from incoming emails.