SquirrelMail is a more stable webmail client but is not recommended as your main email source. It's OK to use when checking email from remote locations. A mail client such as Outlook Express or IncrediMail are much more stable and can be easily backed up.

SquirrelMail is a full-featured e-mail application. The text below describes the main buttons in SquirrelMail and what they do. This is provided as a summary reference, and not a detailed description of how to use SquirrelMail. If you do not know how to use some of the features, have a look at the SquirrelMail home page. Click here for the Online Manual.

SquirrelMail functions:

Compose - Write a new e-mail message. There are several options available, such as using an address book to choose the recipient(s) of your e-mail, adding attachments, and choosing a signature.

Addresses - Stores e-mail addresses of contacts. Click on any e-mail address to create a new e-mail message to that person.

Folders - Organize your mail messages into different folders. You can have as many different folder as you want.

Options - Set a large number of options on how you use SquirrelMail. Please read the description of a setting carefully before applying it.

Search - Search for a particular e-mail message. You can search by any field in the e-mail and search through any folder.

Help - Displays the SquirrelMail online help. Please read this help when you have any questions or problems.

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