Webmail Access

webmailWebmail access allows you to look into your mailbox on our server and see what mail is there before you download it - you do this through your web browser, e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome.

There are four reasons why you might want to do this;

  1. Your PC might be in for repair so you can't access your usual e-mail programme.
  2. You might be travelling and don't have a laptop with you.
  3. You might have a really big e-mail in the mailbox that is blocking things.
  4. A genuine e-mail might have been marked as spam and placed in your spam-bucket.


To access your mailbox via webmail click on the link below and log in using your full e-mail address and password - you can then read, print, reply-to or delete mails on the server. Mail that has been classified as spam can be moved to your inbox so that you can download it in the normal way.

Click here to access Webmail

 

What settings can I change with MailAdmin in Webmail?

  • Setup a Forward:
    • Browse to konsoleH (mail.zulucom.co.za).
    • Click the Webmail icon.
    • Login with your full email address (eg. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and email password.
    • Select ‘MailAdmin’.
    • Enter the email addresses you wish to forward your mail to.
    • Click on ‘Update Mailbox’.
  • Setup an Auto Responder: 
    • Browse to konsoleH (mail.zulucom.co.za).
    • Click the Webmail icon.
    • Login with your full email address (eg. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and email password.
    • Select ‘MailAdmin’.
    • Scroll down to Auto Response.
    • Change 'Enable Auto Reply' to On.
    • Edit as needed.
    • Click on 'Update Mailbox'.
  • Remove the Auto Responder:
    • Browse to konsoleH (mail.zulucom.co.za).
    • Click the Webmail icon.
    • Login with your full email address (eg. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and email password.
    • Select ‘MailAdmin’.
    • Scroll down to Auto Response.
    • Change 'Enable Auto Reply' to Off.
    • Click on 'Update Mailbox'.