• The “Reload” link when clicked will reload the current page you’re viewing.

• The “INBOX” link when clicked will take you to the INBOX folder. This is the folder you’ll use to view new emails and email that has not been sorted to another folder. You’ll notice that next to the “INBOX” is yellow number. This number is indicates messages unread.

• The “Drafts” link will take you to the drafts folder. This is the folder that will keep unfinished emails that you have not sent and have saved for sending at a later date or have not finished composing. Please note that unless you have specifically selected the “Save Draft” button when composing an email, the message will not be saved.

• The “Sent” link will take you to the “Sent” folder where you can view emails that you’ve sent to other correspondents.

• The “Spam” link will take you to the “Spam” folder where you’ll often find emails that were unsolicited and are typically undesired. If you get an email from a correspondent and it hasn’t gone to your “INBOX” this is the next place to check.

• The “Trash” link will take you to the “Trash” folder where emails that have been deleted are placed.

• The “Spam Status” window will show you the amount of spam you’ve been protected from. You may notice that the amount of spam messages that you’ve been protected from is higher than the number of spam messages in your spam folder. This is a good thing, it means that the spam filtering service is working and preventing potentially malicious emails from showing up in your “INBOX”.

• The “Show Calendar” link when selected will display the calendar. With the calendar you can create events that are then saved. The calendar does not set reminders for you or have advanced functionality like Microsoft’s Outlook calendar.

• The “Personal Info” link will take you to the Personal Information Options. Here you can setup signatures, reply addresses , time zone and more.

• The “Anti Spam Settings” link will take you to the Spam Management page where you configure your spam preferences.

• The “Email Settings” link will take you to “My Email Options” where you can configure mail forwards, perform password changes, and create a “Vacation Message/Auto Responder”.

• Selecting the “INBOX” icon will take you to the “INBOX” folder.

• The “Compose” icon is for creating emails.

• The “Addresses” icon will take you to your personal address book where you can add delete import and export the email addresses of your correspondents.

• The “Folders” icon is used for folder manipulation in Webmail. Here you can manage your folders and add or delete them at your discretion.

• The “Options” icon allows you access configure display preferences, new mail options, spell checker options and more.

• The “calendar” link will take you to your personal calendar.

• The “Help” link will take you to the Help section of webmail where you can learn basic information regarding webmail settings.
• The “Search” link is used for locating mail items in various folders.

• The “Sign Out” link is used for ending your webmail session.

• The “Transform Selected Messages” menu allows you to flag/unflag selected messages, mark as read or unread and delete.