A Complete Guide To DHHS Webmail.
DHHS webmail is a free, secure email service offered to DHHS employees. This article will tell you everything you need to know about setting up an account and using the service. The first thing you want to do when setting up your account is login in with your DHHS user name and password. You’ll then be taken through a series of steps which include creating a new password for yourself, choosing whether or not to receive system notifications, and configuring how often emails are checked for new messages. Once these steps have been completed, it’s time to get started!
1. What is DHHS Webmail?
DHHS Webmail is a free email account offered to DHHS employees. DHHS webmail works in any web browser and does not require a downloaded application. DHHS webmail allows you to access your email from anywhere with an internet connection.
2. How do I get DHHS Webmail?
DHHS Webmail can be accessed through DHHS Webmail.
3. How to log in to DHHS Webmail?
To log in to DHHS Webmail, you must first log in with your DHHS user name and password. DHHS webmail will then take you through a series of steps which include creating a new password for yourself, choosing whether or not to receive system notifications, and configuring how often emails are checked for new messages.
4. How to get DHHS Webmail on your phone?
To set up DHHS webmail on your phone, follow these steps. You can also find DHHS webmail in the DHHS app store by typing “DHHS” into the search bar.
5. How to change the password?
To change DH-Web user name, choose “View DH-Web Applications” from DHHS Webmail. Select the application you need to change your password for, then click on “Change Password.” Then, enter in your old password and the new one you’d like to use.
6. How to set up DHHS Alerts?
To set up DHHS alerts go to DHHS Alerts. DHHS alerts give you information on DHHS services, DHHS news, DHHS events, and other DHHS updates. You can also switch your alerts off from this page as well.
7. How to set up DHHS Calendar?
To set up the DH-Web calendar go to DH-Web Applications and click on DHHS Calendar. DH-Web calendar allows you to save DHHS events, DHHS meetings, DHHS training, and DHHS schedules.
8. How to set up DHHS Tasks?
To set up DH-Web tasks go to DH-Web Applications and click on DHHS Tasks. With DH-Web tasks you can add DHHS to-dos, DHHS jobs, DHHS events, DHHS meetings, and DHHS schedules. DH-Web tasks also allow you to add due dates and update your status.
9. How to set up DHHS Notes?
To set up DH-Web notes go to DH-Web Applications and click on DH Notes. DH-Web notes give you DHHS to-dos, DHHS jobs, DHHS events, DHHS meetings, DHHS schedules, and DHHS reports. You can also attach files to your DH Notes.
10. How do I remove DHHS Webmail?
You cannot remove the DHHS webmail application yourself. However, if you do not wish to use DHHS webmail, DHHS IT will be happy to turn off your DHHS webmail account. Please submit a request through the DH-Web help desk page and select “Turn off DH-Web Applications” from the drop-down menu.
11. How do I forward DHHS Webmail?
To forward DHHS webmail to another DHHS email address, follow the steps below.
12. How to call DHHS Webmail?
To make a DHHS webmail support request submit a DH-Web help desk request. Type in “DHHS Webmail” under the DH-Web department drop-down menu and select an option from the drop-down menu. DHHS Webmail is also customarily available during DHHS general office hours, Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM- 4:00 PM (excluding state holidays).
13. How to submit DHHS webmail feedback?
To submit DHHS webmail feedback follow the steps below. Try to remember as much information about your issue as you can so DHHS IT can get to the root of your DHHS webmail issue quickly.
14. How to find DHHS Webmail FAQs?
To find DHHS webmail frequently asked questions visit DH-Web Frequently Asked Questions. DHHS webmail is customarily available during DHHS general office hours, Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM- 4:00 PM (excluding state holidays). DHHS webmail can also be reached by emailing DHHS Webmail directly.
Your DHHS webmail is safe, secure and will always be there for you. Get started today by clicking the link at the bottom of this page to access your account!