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Web Mail 6.0 is near! - 07/14/08

From: Email Guy
Subject:       Web Mail 6.0 is near!
Date: July 14, 2008 12:45 PM
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Finally we're getting close to releasing the new and improved Web Mail interface, and some very nice new features based on your feedback.

Here's a sneak peek (click image to view full size):


I'll be providing more details about which new features get included in the first round when we get close to the release date. The obvious change is a much more usable layout, with tasks on a toolbar at the top and a re-organized folder tree. There will be some other goodies too, so stay tuned. Some of what might be included is listed in this older post, when 6.0 was just a concept. We've refined it a bit since then.


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Posted by: AK   |   May 6, 2009 11:10 AM    |   (26)

I opted out of webmail 6 just to see what it would do, but i would like to get back in. Is there an option, or can you p;ease get me back into the new interface?

Use the link under the quota bar (only appears to users who are in the test, as you are).

Email Guy

Posted by: Joel Simon   |   May 6, 2009 9:51 PM    |   (27)

Will this new version of webmail be intertwined with Total Access 2005. I have email in both places and I would like to sync up. Can this be done?

This FAQ may be helpful.

Email Guy

Posted by: Jud Watkins   |   May 16, 2009 10:39 AM    |   (28)

I am joining this blog late. How and when will I be included in the new release?


Email Guy

Posted by: Bruce Reaves aka EBR   |   May 21, 2009 3:14 PM    |   (29)

Any chance I can join the fun of checking out and testing Webmail 6?


Email Guy

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