Web mail is a browser-based interface for your reading your emails. Instead of downloading emails on to your PC using email clients such as Microsoft Outlook Express, Netscape Messenger, Eudora Mail etc., you can view your emails from the server directly using your web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, and Opera etc. This email service gives you an opportunity to access your emails from your office, your home or while traveling anywhere in the world.
Sixthsense Webmail gateway is the Webmail service offered by Sixthsense to all its email users enabling them to check their emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org from anywhere in the world easily and quickly. The URL for the Webmail gateway is http://www.mail4india.com/.
You'll get a warning message as and when your mailbox reaches 80% of the assigned quota asking you to delete big messages to free your mailbox space. If you exceed 100% of the assigned 20 MB quota, emails sent to you will start bouncing to the senders. Can I send/receive Attachments? Yes, you can send a maximum of 3 attachments at a given point in time and can read any number of attachments. The maximum size allowed for sending an attachment file is limited to 2 MB.
Specify your complete email-id and password to login. Double-check and make sure the password you are supplying is correct or not (Password is case sensitive). Your account may not be activated yet (Check you user control panel at Net4Domains). Also verify that your browser supports COOKIES and that they are enabled. Most popular browsers that support cookies are Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 and above and Netscape 2.0 and above. If you do not have the latest version of your browser, you need to upgrade your browser to use Webmail. Also verify that you are not trying to login from cached copy of web mail. If so then refresh once and try again. Otherwise close the browser and try.
Session expires due to security reasons, which may be any of the following: ? You don't have cookies support in your browser or it has not been enabled yet. ? You are accessing some Webmail links from your browser's history after logging out from the system. ? You have exceeded the time set for an inactive login session to expire. (30 minutes from your login) ? You are running two simultaneous logins with the same username and password. ? You are trying to access the URL for inner mail pages directly from the location bar of your browser
Either you don't have any new emails in your mailbox or you have download them using your email client (Outlook Express, Netscape Messenger etc) on to your computer. This normally happens when you are using an email-id as a POP3 account as well as through Webmail. To avoid your email client downloading your emails, you can either change your password or set 'Leave a copy on the server' option checked while configuring your email client.
Sixthsense Webmail, by default, does not store messages in sent items. To save a message in "Sent Items" you need to check the option "Save a copy in Sent Items" while composing your message. To make this option default, you need to check "Personal settings" ? "Always Store In Sent Items" option.
To use your address book while composing, click on "To", "CC" or "Bcc" links and a pop-up window will appear. Select the addresses you want to send your message to and those will automatically get pasted in you respective text boxes.
Steps to configure most commonly used email clients are available along with the screenshots at http://www.Sixthsense.net/support/mailclient.html/. To get information about troubleshooting POP3 email problems, check out our "Email FAQ" section.