Enter your User ID and password, then click the Logon button.
If the logon information is correct, your mailbox summary appears. If you repeatedly have problems logging in, contact your mail administrator.
You can select the following options to provide increased security:
Expire page views
If you are logging in to mail from a public terminal or from someone else's computer, you can select this option to prevent the browser from saving (caching) the page you view. Note that Microsoft's Internet Explorer can be set to ignore this "expire page views" command, so it is still possible your pages will be saved.
Remember User ID & password (not recommended if you share this computer)
This option will save your password in a file (called a cookie), so you do not have to enter it each time you log in to Web Messaging. When you logon, the browser sends the password in a cookie.
Enter secure mode
Click to enter secure mode and protect your mail communications. A prompt asks you to confirm that you want to enter secure mode. Click Ok to continue.
If you are in regular mode, an SSL key icon will be displayed.
If you are in secure mode, an SSL Lock icon will be displayed.
You can click the link at the bottom of any Web Messaging page to return to normal mode. (You will see this option only if Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security is enabled on the mail server)