A Complete Guide To EQ Webmail.
A Complete Guide To EQ Webmail.
If you’re looking for a guide on how to use the EQ webmail service, this is it. This article will cover common questions about the process of logging in and out; managing your inbox; composing, replying, forwarding emails; attaching files to an email; setting up filters and labels (including archiving); how to create folders for future organization purposes.
The following are steps on how to log into EQ Webmail:
1) Select “webmail” from the dropdown menu at the top right corner of any page that shows your name or picture.
2) Enter your username (email address).
3) Enter your password.
4) Click the red login button The following are steps on how to log out of EQ Web.
1. What is EQ Webmail?
EQ Webmail is a web-based email program that EQ provides for its subscribers. EQ Webmail can be accessed through EQ’s website by clicking on the “Mail” link located in the top menu bar, which will bring you to EQ’s Mail Administration Panel (Figure
2. EQ’s Mail Administration Panel.
When you first enter EQ Webmail, you will be asked to log in. EQ uses your EQ username and password for authentication purposes. If you are an EQ account subscriber, this is the same username and password you use to access EQ’s billing system. To login to EQ Webmail click on the “Login” button located at the top right corner of EQ Webmail.
3. EQ’s Login Page
3. EQ Webmail Interface EQ Webmail is an HTML-based email client that has been designed to provide powerful tools under a streamlined interface design. In EQ’s webmail, you will notice that there are six tabs across the top of the window labeled: Mail Folders, Signature, Outbox, Drafts, Sent Items, and Trash. When EQ Webmail loads it defaults to the “Mail Folders” screen. This is EQ’s view of your email folders. EQ can create sub-folders for you which will appear as additional tabs across the top of EQ’s webmail interface (Figure 3).
4. EQ Webmail Interface:
Showing EQ’s view of your email folders, EQ also provides a toolbar containing shortcuts for the most common actions. Clicking on any button that has an ellipses (…) after it will open up a drop-down menu containing additional options.
The “Mail Folders” tab is EQ Webmail’s main interface. EQ assigns each email account a folder group and each incoming email is stored in one of EQ’s standard folders within the file system, which is based on your EQ username. EQ provides you with five default folders: Inbox, Drafts, Sent Items, Trash, and Junk Email. You will find that EQ’s system creates sub-folders for you under each of EQ’s standard folders.
EQ Webmail gives you the option to add email accounts from other email providers such as Google, Yahoo, and Hotmail by clicking on the “Add a new folder” link located near EQ’s logo in the top left corner of EQ Webmail (Figure 4). This will open up EQ’s “External Service Providers” window.
5. EQ Webmail supports the following email providers:
Yandex, GMX, Gmail, and AOL. EQ provides you with a short description of each provider along with their respective log-in credentials.
6. FAQs on using EQ Webmail. EQ
Webmail provides you with an extensive FAQ section located under EQ’s “Help” drop-down menu (Figure 5). EQ also provides you with a video tutorial on how to use EQ Webmail. EQ’s online documentation provides EQ account subscribers with the ability to search EQ’s support, open a support ticket, and EQ Webmail reference guide.
7. FAQs on using EQ Webmail:
Q: Does EQ provide POP/IMAP service for EQ Webmail?
A: EQ only supports the IMAP email service at this time. If EQ provided POP service as well, EQ would provide you with the ability to download your EQ Webmail inbox contents directly into EQ’s Outlook client. However, EQ does not currently support this type of functionality.
Q: How can I configure EQ Webmail for IMAP email delivery?
A: EQ has made it very easy for you to configure EQ Webmail for IMAP email delivery. EQ provides you with a network settings page where EQ suggests EQ’s default server names and ports to use during the EQ IMAP configuration process. EQ will then provide you with EQ Webmail-specific server names that are different from EQ’s standard SMTP servers used for outbound messages.
Q: How can EQ Webmail be configured for POP email delivery?
A: EQ provides a very detailed EQ Webmail help guide on how EQ’s POP email service works. EQ recommends that you use EQ Webmail together with EQ Outlook to take advantage of EQ’s complete set of features. If you choose to use EQ Webmail together with EQ Outlook, your changes will be reflected immediately. EQ Webmail allows you to download or move EQ Webmail emails directly into EQ’s Outlook client.
We hope this guide has helped you better understand how to use EQ Webmail. Whether you need help with setting up, using or troubleshooting your account, we’ve got the answers to all of your questions. If there is anything else that we can do to make your experience even more enjoyable and efficient please let us know!