New Webmail Tour Customer Service February 16, 2021 17:02 Follow Coming Soon: A new webmail experience. Take a quick peek below. This is the new message (compose) window. It's used to create email messages. Next Click here to select from your contacts list, or just type an email address in the 'To' area. NextMain Tour Click the dropdown menu in the 'To' area to add CC or BCC recipients. Previous NextMain Tour Click the paperclip icon to attach a file to the email. Previous NextMain Tour Use the items in the formatting bar to adjust the size and style of your message text. From left to right, the icons are: Size, Bold, Italics, Underline, Numbered List, Bulleted List, and Emoji. Previous NextMain Tour Click the floppy disk icon to save the email as a draft. You can find it later in the Drafts folder. Previous NextMain Tour Click the trash can icon to delete the message without sending it. Previous NextMain Tour Click the down icon to minimize the composer window. Previous NextMain Tour Click the maximize icon to enlarge the composer window. Previous NextMain Tour Click the × icon to save the message as a draft and close the message. PreviousMain Tour Explore our new webmail, a modern interface with features you've come to expect. Your screen resolution or window size is very small. Please turn your device to portrait mode or maximize your browser window to best view this tour. Begin Tour Use the floating action button to create a new message. Learn MorePrevious Next Swith between various folders by using the left pane.Access your Spam, Sent Items, Drafts, and your own custom folders. Previous Next Access your contacts, calendar, tasks, and settings using the App Selector. Previous Next Sign out using the account dropdown. Previous Next Sort emails by sender, date, size, or subject using the sort icon. Previous Next Search for emails using the search icon. Previous Start Over Related articles Check Your Email Security Settings Update Your Email Password How do I set up Email on my device? Free Public WiFi locations now available What is a firewall? Do I need one? Comments 0 comments Article is closed for comments.