Aug 25, 2008

Webmail Access without Internet


What kind of e-mail is the most widely used by netters? Yup, webmail. It's mo wonder because that account is free, easy to used, and the capacity is chubby enough. Unfortunately, outside of all the excess, the webmail should be used when PC is online, including when you just want to read the old messages. There is rarely a similar service which provide POP3/SMTP features so you can access it from email client like Mozilla Thunderbird, Apple Mail, Microsft Outlook, or Eudora.

Furtunately, Yahoo! initiative to break through by releasing Yahoo! Zimbra Desktop. This application offers the practical way to access your webmail account. With this application, various electronic messages that you saved in a popular webmail address like Gmail or Yahoo! Mail can be drawn into the storing space your PC.

This kind of beta-status application from the acquisition of Yahoo! toward Zimbra application manufacturers are available for free. Not only that, Zimbra also could run on three platform at once:
Mac OS X (Tiger 10.4.11 or Leopard 10.5.4 above), Windows (Vista or XP SP2 above), and Linux (x86 2.6.x above). Besides it's easy to used, Zimbra also provides many features. You are not only able to get email, but also be able to utilize the facilities of Contact List, Calendar, and documents which can be synchronized from your webmail account. This application is able to connect Yahoo! Maps that show the address location of the sender's email.
Three in One
This application that size is begin from 42MB provides support for POP3/SMTP. Hence, you can take the message away in your office email account into Zimbra.The terms of use is not complicated. To be sure, you must have 200 MB harddisk space software installation, and fairly harddisk space to store the messages.While memory required is only 256MB.
TIPS: Install, Manage, Use

As with any mailer or other e-mail clients, the application Yahoo! Zimbra consists of three steps: install, set up account, then use. Yes, that simple. Interested in trying? Please follow the following guidelines.

1. install the application by double-clicking the installer file has been downloaded previously. Afterwards, run the application by clicking on the shortcut icon [Yahoo! Zimbra Desktop] in [Start]> [All Programs]. In the window that appears, click [Set Up an Account].

2. Select your e-mail account that you use on the next wizard window. Fill in the description, e-mail address and password in the Account Setup menu. To attract new e-mail, you can determine the length of time or withdrawal technique (automatic or manual) on the [Get new mail address]. After that, click [Save Settings].

3. If you want to set the e-mail account, click the [Set Up Another Account] and do set up as the previous step. If not, simply go to the application by clicking [Go to Yahoo! Zimbra Desktop]. Application window will appear with a similar view Outlook Express.

4. E-mail account will appear in the left pane. If you use more than one account, it will appear several accounts tab there. The account was placed in a separate window. To use one, you just click on the desired account tab.

5. To begin to attract e-mail, please click on the [Synchronize mailboxes with online server] marked by arrows. Wait a few moments to appear in the message list right panel applications. To begin creating an electronic mail or other activities, you can do similar steps with other mailer applications. Select the activity by clicking the button on the left side of the last synchronization.

6. Additional facilities in this mailer will appear in the menu tabs at the top. To view a more complete menu, you can click the [Advanced]. Oh yes, one of the interesting features in this application is to synchronize with Yahoo! Maps. If in a message that you receive a list of addresses, so if you direct a pointer to a text address, Zimbra will bring virtual map. It's fun, isn't it?

From: PCPlus


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