Tutorials

Create Auto Responder in Cpanel Webmail

July 30, 2014 in Tutorials, Webmail by admin  |  Comments Off on Create Auto Responder in Cpanel Webmail

Login into your webmail.
The first screen you see will show to you the list of options available.

Click on "Auto Responders"

Click on “Auto Responders”

Step one is to click on the link named “Auto Responders”.

Click on "Add Auto Responder"

Click on “Add Auto Responder”

Step two, click on “Add Auto Responder” button.

Fill in relevant information and click "Create/Modify"

Fill in relevant information and click “Create/Modify”

Step three, fill up the information you want your auto responder’s message to be. Your correspondent will receive this message when they send email to you.

Character Set : The type of character set you will be using. For general usage, set it to “UTF-8”
Interval : This will set the number of hours between responses to your sender.
From : Your display name for the Auto Responder email.
Subject¬† : The subject of your Auto Responder email. You may also use “RE: %subject%” to use back the original subject your sender used.
HTML : This checkbox will set to make the Auto Responder email to HTML type. In default, it is in Text format.
Body : The content of your Auto Responder email.
Start : The start date and time your Auto Responder will be active.
Stop  : The stop date and time your Auto Responder will be stopped.

Click on "Auto Responders"

Click on “Auto Responders”

You will then be brought back to main screen. Click on “Auto Responders” again to see the list of Auto responders you have created.

List of Auto Responders

List of Auto Responders

Change Local Date and Time in Horde Webmail Client

July 16, 2014 in Tutorials, Webmail by admin  |  Comments Off on Change Local Date and Time in Horde Webmail Client

During first time login to Horde Webmail client, the default time zone is set to GMT+0. The following steps guide users to set their preferred time zone.

  1. Login to Horde Webmail.
  2. Point mouse cursor to gear shaped icon[1] on top menu. This will expand Settings menu.

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  3. Point mouse cursor to Preferences and click on Global Preferences [2].
  4. Inside the Global Preferences, click on Locale and Time [3].

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  5. Inside Locale and Time form, select preferred Time Zone from the drop down list [4]. You may want to change the first day of the week if required [5].3
  6. Click Save button to confirm changes.