You Need to Know about Telus Webmail.

Telus WebmailYou Need to Know about Telus Webmail.

Telus Webmail is one of the most popular email services in Canada. You can use it to send and receive emails, manage your contacts, create calendars, organize tasks, and more! In this blog post, you’ll find all the information you need about Telus Webmail from a high-level overview to detailed tutorials that will help you get started.

1. What is Telus Webmail?

Telus Webmail is a free email service provided by Telus. It’s similar to Outlook, but runs within your web browser so you don’t have to download anything! Telus Webmail provides you with all the features and tools you need in order to manage your emails, appointments, tasks, contacts, and more. Telus offers other services such as Telus TV and Telus Phone, but Telus Webmail is available even if you aren’t a Telus customer.

2. Why should I use Telus Webmail?

Telus Webmail gives Telus customers access to all their email accounts from one place. It’s easy to use and saves you the time it takes to switch between different websites. Telus Webmail also has several features that the Telus Classic mail website doesn’t provide such as real-time syncing, full HTML viewing, and keyboard shortcuts. Telus Webmail is even available offline so you can check your messages while you’re on a plane or subway train!

3. How do I access Telus Webmail?

Telus Webmail is available at and you can log in with your Telus account information. If you don’t have a Telus account, you can sign up for one today! All Telus customers get an email address and Telus Webmail for free. You can also access Telus Webmail through Telus’s My Account app on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone.

4. Telus Classic webmail vs Telus Webmail

While Telus doesn’t have a webmail service that’s called “Telus Classic,” there is a Telus email website that offers a classic mail interface. Telus Webmail, on the other hand, is Telus’s new mailing system that provides Telus customers with more features.

Telus Classic webmail has a 2GB storage limit while Telus Webmail allows you to have unlimited storage space. Telus Webmail also lets you send large attachments of up to 100MB compared to Telus Classic mail which only allows you to send 10MB attachments.

Telus Webmail is simpler for sending messages and tasks, managing your contacts, calendar, and other mail services compared to Telus Classic webmail. Telus Classic webmail can be accessed through Telus’s website at while Telus Webmail is available on and Telus’s My Account app.

5. How do I customize Telus Webmail?

You can create your own Telus Webmail interface by personalizing the options available in Telus’s account preferences. You can choose between a light or dark theme, add widgets to show off your social updates and images on Telus News, Telus Weather, and Telus Money. You’ll find a list of all the widgets you can add to Telus’s website under “Appearance” when editing your Telus Webmail preferences.

6. How do I manage my messages?

In Telus Webmail, you have full control over your messages by being able to delete, move and archive your emails. In the message list view, you can use keyboard shortcuts to navigate between messages more quickly. You’ll also find Telus’s sorting features useful if you have a large number of messages in Telus Webmail’s inboxes.

Telus lets you label, mark as junk and sort your messages with a few clicks! Telus Webmail also provides you with an option to schedule messages. You can send a message now, or schedule it to be sent at a later date and time. Telus Webmail will automatically remind you about your scheduled emails by sending you an email notification.

Telus also lets you save drafts for messages that haven’t been sent yet! Telus Webmail will save the drafts of your messages in Telus’s drafts folder until you’re ready to send them out.

7. Telus Webmail vs Telus Classic websites.

Telus Classic webmail has a 2GB storage limit while Telus Webmail allows you to have unlimited storage space. Telus Classic webmail also lets you send 10MB attachments while Telus Webmail lets you send 100MB attachments. Telus Classic webmail provides Telus customers with fewer features than Telus Webmail. When comparing Telus’s two mail services, Telus Webmail is the clear winner!

8. How to set up Telus Mail on my tablet or smartphone?

Telus Webmail can be accessed on Telus’s website at and Telus’s My Account app. Telus Webmail is compatible with most tablets and smartphones including Android, iOS, Blackberry, and Windows devices. Telus offers an email application called Telus Mail for all its customers which can be downloaded for free on Telus’s website and the Apple App Store. Telus Mail is compatible with all Android, iOS, and Blackberry devices. Telus Webmail can also be accessed through Telus’s official app called Telus My Account which can be downloaded on Google Play and the Apple App Store.

9. Comment about Telus Webmail.

By utilizing Telus Webmail, Telus customers can now take advantage of Telus’s new features like Telus News and Telus Weather on Telus Webmail. If you’re a Telus customer that uses Telus Webmail or Telus Classic webmail then you’ll be happy to learn that email services for Telus Telus Classic webmail and Telus Telus Webmail are now integrated into Telus My Account. Telus has also made it easier for Telus customers to access their email accounts by giving them the option of accessing Telus’s email services through Telus’s website as well as Telus’s mobile app called “Telus My Account.”


If you want to know more about Telus Webmail or need help setting up your email account, we’re here for you. Just give us a call and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to assist. Unlike some other providers, we promise that all of your data is protected with the latest security measures!