Major improvements to our Webmail pages

We’re pleased to announce that our new Webmail system is available. You’ll find many improved features:

  • A flexible search feature that lets you search through subjects, senders, and more.
  • The ability to optionally view “unsafe” images in HTML messages.
  • Preferences that permanently remember things such as your time zone and date format.
  • An easier-to-use address book.
  • Optional threaded message display.
  • Message filters (sorting incoming mail into certain folders) and highlighting.
  • Automatic conversion of many foreign-language character sets to UTF-8 display, making it easier to read messages written in other languages.
  • And much more…

If you’re already a Webmail user, you’ll see the new pages the next time you login. If you haven’t tried Webmail before, this page explains how to get started.

By the way, we’ll be keeping our old Webmail system around for a couple of weeks at this special address, just in case anyone experiences any problems and needs to temporarily “downgrade”. If you have any trouble with the new system, do let us know right away so we can address it before the old pages are permanently removed.

We’d also like to thank the more-than-200 people who helped us test the new system over the last few weeks. The new system is better because of your efforts.


  1. Isn’t it possible to import an address book rather than enter one at a time? We’ve used Webmail with other servers and they had that ability. Also have always had the choice of sending HTML or text and that doesn’t seem to be a choice.

    Seems a little “back woods” for a new and improved webmail system!


  2. Merle — Thanks for the comment! With HTML mail composition and bulk address book import, we hope to add those in the future. (We actually had them in early test versions, but removed them for now due to technical issues in the interest of getting the update finished, since the old version didn’t have these features either.) We’ll continue improving it — but compared to the old Webmail system it replaces, the new version is “big city” even now! 🙂

  3. Some interesting improvements and we look forward to being able to import a whole address book. Thanx.

  4. The new webmail interface is beautiful!
    “Backwoods?” BA-LONY!
    I’m tickled pink with our new email, it’s as “uptown” as any and superior to many.

    You guys are a class act.