Those of you familiar with our Webmail platform may have noticed this morning that it’s had a bit of a facelift.
We’ve been running an open trial of the new service since late last year and have been really happy with the results so today we’ve decided to remove the ‘beta’ label and make the service the default Webmail offering.
The old Webmail platform will run in parallel with the new service for a few months but will eventually be decommissioned. Until then, you can access it by clicking the ‘basic webmail’ button on the login page or by browsing to webmail.plus.net/squirrelmail
When you first log into the new Webmail platform, any address book entries from the old platform should be automatically carried across. We’ve seen a few examples today where this hasn’t (or has only partially) happened though so if you find yourself in this position then please refer to the information I’ve posted over on our discussion forums.
If you’ve not yet had chance to familiarise yourself with the new Webmail platform then have a read of my post from December last year that showcases some of the basics.
Feel free to let us know what you think by leaving a comment below …
Here at Plusnet we're always trying to use clever open source things to make our lives easier. Sometimes we write our own and make other people's lives easier too!
We're a Yorkshire-based provider selling broadband and phone services to homes and businesses throughout the UK. Winner of the ISPA 2010 'Best Consumer Customer Service ISP' Award, we're proud to offer the UK's best value standalone broadband.
© Plusnet plc All Rights Reserved. E&OE
Community Site News.. is powered by WordPress