JARING webmail is a web-browser-based e-mail email application that can be used by users to read their JARINGs POP
JARING webmail allows you to read and send mail over the web rather than using a separate client, such as Eudora or Netscape. This will allow you to read your mail from any computer with an Internet connection and a web browser.
You do not need any configuration because it is just another facility to view your email.
When you first visit the webmail program, you will prompted by a login. All you need to do is log in, using your JARING account and key in your password. The webmail will do the rest.
The basic reason for JARING to provide this service is to allow JARING users to read their JARING e-mails independently on their desktop location. In this sense, JARING users could use JARING webmail to retrieve and send emails anywhere providing they have an internet access and web browser.
Yes, indeed. Since JARING webmail is a web-based application, it is hardware and OS (Operating System) independent.
Yes. Only during authentication, when sending e-mail address and password to the webmail server.
No. The purpose of JARING webmail is to allow JARING users to read and send emails from the email account they get when they first registered their dial-up account.
Yes. In fact, you can keep switching from the normal e-mail client and JARING webmail back and forth on reading your email. However, it will require the user to have very good e-mail management.
JARING webmail will only retrieved emails that left in your mailbox at your POP server. Most of the time, when you use actual email client on your PC, it will load your emails from the server and left nothing behind. To get around with this problem, select the left messages on server in your email client.
Listed below are email accounts applicable to JARING webmail :
a. Personal Account :
b. Organisation Account :
- company POP email account of @companyname.com.my for virtual server customers.
Due to some technical reason, the user needs to enter their full email address instead of just the userid. For example:
E-Mail Address : email@example.com
Password : *******