Cogeco Webmail Settings.
Cogeco Webmail Settings can be found at the following address: “https://webmail.yourdomain.com/squirrel/”.
With this website, you can log in to your webmail service, but also customize your account with many different settings. The settings that can be customized include everything from basic security features, POP3 settings, to even changing the look of your email inbox.
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The following will explain how to log in and access the different customizable options for Cogeco Webmail.
To be able to login into Cogeco webmail, go to the address bar of your web browser. You should have this set automatically by default or have changed the address to: “https://webmail.yourdomain.com/squirrel/”, if you do not see this, simply add it to the address bar.
Enter your full Cogeco email login and password in the appropriate boxes and select “Log In”.
Once successfully logged into your account, you will be sent to your Cogeco webmail inbox, which includes all of your mailboxes, settings, and different customizable Cogeco account options.
To be able to customize the settings for your Cogeco webmail service, select “Settings” in the top-right corner on any page of your webmail. You will then be directed to a page where you can customize all your Cogeco options.
The following are the customizable features that are available to you when editing your account settings in Cogeco’s webmail service:
Email Address, Account ID, or Username.
Email Password, POP3/SMTP Authentication required for Email client download.
Enable Language Selection. Allows you to toggle between English and French as the language for your user interface.
1st Domain Name (e.g.: example.com)
2nd Domain Name (optional).
Address Book Display Mode. Allows you to change how the Address Book is structured and sorted within Cogeco Webmail Services.
Account Security Options. Allows you to secure your account with SSL encryption and Extended Validation (EV).
Limit Mail Size, Download New Messages Only, or Disable Mail Downloading.
Maximum # of days for Archiving Emails in Local Folders.