Webmail Settings

How To Manage Your Webmail Settings

You can change your email settings in webmail. To change your settings, log into webmail. Then go to the "hamburger" icon ( ) next to your email address in the upper right corner of your browser. In Settings, you can adjust several preferences:

  • General Settings
    Manage preferences (Email Options, Calendar, Language & Date/Time) from within Webmail
     
  • Composing Email
    Set preferences (Composing, Identity, Signatures) while composing email within Webmail
     
  • Incoming Email
    Set preferences (Auto-Reply, Forwarding, Filtering) for all incoming email
     
  • Spam Settings
    Set preferences (Spam Filtering, Safelist, Blocklist) for all incoming email
     
  • Security
    Password recovery options. (More details below)
     

Email Settings

 

 

Password Recovery

In order to recover your password it's important to set up a recovery phone number or authentication app on your phone. To change your settings, log into webmail. Go to the Security tab, and then toggle the Password Recovery setting to "On."

If you are looking to change your password but have not set-up password recovery, call us at (802) 229-4149.

Email Security Settings

Password recovery options are:

  1. Add a recovery phone # for SMS text message
    Select the "Get A Text Message" and then add your cell phone number. A security code will be sent to you via text. Enter that code into the field that appears after submitting your phone number. Once the code is verified, your password recovery is set up.
    Password Recovery
    Password recovery method by SMS
  2. Use an authentication app on your phone
    Follow the instructions for installing an authentication app on your smart phone or tablet. Once installed, open that app and add an authentication by scanning the QR Code or manually enter the Secret Key. Next, enter that code from the app into the Verification Code field. Once the code it verified, your password recovery is set up.

    Password recovery method by authenticator

    Password recovery method by authenticator
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