Webmail: navigate your Inbox
This document outlines the parts of your Inbox and what you can do with your mail from this view.
The Inbox shows the headers for messages in your Inbox and contains these elements:
- At the top of the Inbox is a quota bar that shows the percentage of your disk space you have used.
- Just below the quota bar is a bar
with the following options:
- To delete a message or messages you have selected in the message list, click the button. The messages are moved to the Trash where they remain for 14 days unless you delete them sooner.
- The Mark button allows you to act on messages you have selected. Use the drop-down list to select the option you want. Options may include Deleted, Undeleted, Read, Unread, Answered, and Unanswered (depending upon how you have set your preferences).
- Use the drop-down list next to to move or copy a selected message to a specific folder. You can also select a folder from the drop-down list and click the Open button to open the folder.
- To select all the messages in your Inbox, click Select. To clear all the messages in your Inbox, click Clear All.
- Use the following sequence to move within your messages: . Click First to move to the first message; click Prev to move back one page; click Next to move forward one page; click Last to move to the last message.
- To go to a specific message in your Inbox, type the message number in the Go to box and click the Go to button.
- The bar above the list of messages
allows you to sort your mail in a
variety of ways:
- Read or unread mail.
- Mail with attachments.
- Message priority.
- Message date.
- Message size.
- Message sender.
- Message subject.
For the meaning of the icons on this bar, click Help in the left menu.
- To the left of the message section is the menu bar with commands for composing and handling your email.
- To the left of each message is a check box that you must select to act on your messages (delete, undelete, move, copy, and so on).
Important: When you finish using Webmail, click Logout on the Webmail Direct menu bar. Otherwise, you will remain logged in and other people will be able to read your mail