WebUser Interface: Mailboxes
To open a mailbox, click on its name.
Some mailboxes are "unselectable" and their names are not URL links.
You can open the Settings page and specify which mailboxes should be displayed in the Mailboxes page:
To create a mailbox, select the mailbox type (regular mailbox, AddressBook, Calendar, etc.) and type in the new mailbox name, then click the Create button.
For each message in the mailbox, several message header fields are displayed. Messages are sorted by the highlighted field. Click the field name to highlight a different field and to change the sorting order.
A message can be opened using a link in the first or highlighted column.
The following buttons appear if the WebUser Interface Delete Mode is set to Mark
If the the WebUser Interface Delete Mode is set to Via Trash or Immediately, the following button appears:
You can open the Settings page and specify how mailboxes should be displayed:
The WebUser Interface Settings page also allows you to specify the Delete Mode:
When you click a Calendar-type mailbox name, the Calendar View page is opened.
When you click a Tasks-type mailbox name, the Task List View page is opened.
When you click a AddressBook-type mailbox name, the Contacts List View page is opened.
When you click a Note-type mailbox name, the Notes List View page is opened.
To rename a mailbox, type the new mailbox name into the New Folder Name field and click the Rename Folder button. If the Rename Sub-Folders option is selected, all submailboxes of this mailbox will be renamed, too. If you are renaming the mailbox Sent into Sent in 2000, and you also have the Sent/customers submailbox, that submailbox is renamed into Sent in 2000/customers if the Rename Sub-Folders option is selected.
Note: If you rename your INBOX, the new empty INBOX is automatically created.
To remove a mailbox, click the Remove Folder button. If the Remove Sub-Folders option is selected, all submailboxes of this mailbox will be removed, too. If you are removing the mailbox Sent, and you also have the Sent/customers submailboxe, that submailbox is removed, too - if the Remove Sub-Folders option is selected.
Note: You cannot remove your INBOX.
To grant mailbox access rights to a user, enter the user name into the Identifier field, select the desired access rights, and click the Update button. To grant an access right to everybody, use the word anyone. To remove certain rights from a particular user, "grant" those rights to the identifier -username. See the Mailboxes section for more details.
If you select the Apply to Sub-Folders option, then the selected Access Control List will be assigned not only to the current mailbox, but to all its sub-mailboxes.
You can open the Mailboxes Settings page using the link on the Settings page:
Type a mailbox name into an empty field and click the Update button to add a mailbox to the subscription list.
To specify a foreign mailbox, type the tilda sign (~), the user name, the slash sign (/) and then the mailbox name. Make sure that user has already granted you the Select access right for that mailbox.
Type a simple mailbox name into an empty field in the left column, type the name of a foreign mailbox into the right column field, and click the Update button to create a mailbox alias.
Your mail client software will list the created mailbox aliases as well as the real mailboxes created in your account. You can open a mailbox alias as you open a real mailbox, and the specified foreign mailbox will be opened.
Change the mailbox alias name to an empty string and click the Update button to remove the mailbox alias.
Open the Mailboxes Settings page and type the mailbox name in the Open Mailbox panel and click the Open button: