Internode Webmail App.
The Internode webmail app is a great way to keep in touch with your email while on the go. It’s easy to use and provides a great mobile experience. With its simple interface, you can quickly access all of your email messages and folders. You can also send and receive messages, attach files, and manage your contacts from within the app. So if you’re looking for a convenient way to stay connected with your email while on the go, be sure to check out the Internode webmail app!
1. Download the app from App Store or Google Play.
2. Login with your Internode email address and password.
3. Select “Settings” to change account settings, including language preference, greeting message, and notification preferences.
4. Click on “Mail” to view all your messages in a scrollable list of threads.
5. Click on a thread title to read an individual message.
6. To reply to a message, click the envelope icon at the top of the screen and select “Compose“.
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7. Fill out the To, Subject, and Body fields, then click “Send” to send your message.
8. To attach a file from your device or cloud storage (e.g., Dropbox), click the three dots next to the attachment field and select “Upload Attachment“.
9. Select a file, then click “Open” to attach it to your message.
10. Click “Done” when finished composing and sending messages.
If you’re using the Internode webmail app for Android, you can also select a thread or message by long-pressing on the title. Then tap the overflow menu icon in the top-right corner of the screen and select “Copy Message Link” to copy the message link to your clipboard. This makes it easy to share messages with others via email, text, or social media.
We know that the Web is changing how we work, play, and communicate with each other. You can be a part of it too by downloading our Internode webmail app to get access to all your email accounts in one place on any device! Give us a call at 1300 659 849 if you have questions or are ready for download instructions.