Getting started with JungleWP's emails
- Minimalistic interface is combined with a rich feature set, no tradeoffs here. Built on the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technology.
- This feature uses online viewer provided directly by Microsoft website. Currently, the list of supported documents includes: doc, docx, docm, dotm, dotx, xlsx, xlsb, xls, xlsm, pptx, ppsx, ppt, pps, pptm, potm, ppam, potx, ppsm.
- Users can add their Google, Facebook and Dropbox accounts to email accounts, which lets them log into JungleWP's webmail without having to enter email credentials.
- Can run on a secure HTTPS server and communicate with a mail server over SSL connection.
- Encrypt, sign, decrypt and verify e-mails right in the browser. All the crypto takes place directly in the browser, neither PGP keys nor decrypted data are sent to the server.
- More than 30 languages, right-to-left interface support (for Hebrew and Arabic), date and time formats.
- Notes plugin for Mail module with Apple Notes sync support
- Identities with signatures
- Mail filters, auto-forward
- You can change password right from webmail
- Can open winmail.dat / MS-TNEF and .zip attachments
- Drag-n-drop of attachments from and
- Mail threading
- Attachment preview thumbnails
- Template emails for quick reply
- 2FA secure authentication
- Can download attachments as .zip file
How can I start Start Mailing?
Your JungleWP's mailbox is fast and easy-to-use thanks to a webmail front-end. Yet minimalist JungleWP's webmail delivers all the features users would expect.
You can start using your webmail with the credentials we already sent you. If you need help finding your credentials, we are one mail away, let us know so we can reset your credentials for you.
More than 30 languages, right-to-left interface support (for Hebrew and Arabic), date and time formats.
If you want to use a mobile or desktop email client, please find bellow the required information you will need to setup your email client.
Incoming Mail / IMAP
IMAP is the most commonly used protocol for receiving mail. Instead of downloading messages, it syncs the email clients with the server. So all emails are stored centrally on the email server. This makes it optimal when accesing the mailbox using multiple devices. When in doubt, choose IMAP.
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Outgoing Mail (SMTP)
SMTP takes care of delivering outgoing messages. Note the STARTTLS value for connection security instead of SSL/TLS.
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Incoming Mail / POP3
POP3 is the old-fashioned protocol for receiving messages by simulating physical mail. Once downloaded by the email client, messages are typically deleted from the remote server. POP3 by design has no support for folders or mail syncing. If using only one device to access the mailbox, POP3 could be a good choice. Otherwise, we recommend using IMAP (above).Note that the POP3 is served via the same server as IMAP but through a different port.
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How can I change my Password ?
1. In your webmail click on Settings
2. Then click on Email Account
How can I activate Two-factor authentication?
JungleWP's webmail offers support for two-factor authentication, also known as 2-step verification. The idea behind this approach allows users to increase their account security by having to enter PIN code obtained via authentication application installed on their mobile device. It can be used with any 2-step authentication app, such as Google Authenticator or Authy.
How to use OpenPGP ?
JungleWP offers OpenPGP support. You can sign and encrypt outgoing mails, as well as verify and decrypt messages you receive.
Our OpenPGP implementation works with current versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge; Internet Explorer is not supported.
By default, OpenPGP support is disabled for all the users, and each specific user should enable it for their account if they're willing to use OpenPGP. That's done in
OpenPGP screen of user account settings.
The first thing to do is to set up your public and private key. If you don't have those yet, you can generate those in the interface directy: press
Generate button, select email address you're willing to use, specify password for the key pair (''optional'') and select key length. Generating keys may take a while, once that's done you'll have the keys stored in your JungleWp's webmail account.
If you already have those keys, you can import those into the application, that is done separately for public and private key. You can have keys supplied for multiple email addresses linked to the same JungleWP's email account if necessary.
IMPORTANT: Private and public keys are never transmitted to the server where the application runs, handling keys is performed in your browser only. So if you have multiple locations you access your account on, you'll need to add the same keys across all of them.
The next step is to send your public keys to parties you're willing to exchange emails securely with. That can be done in multiple ways, for example making them available on your website. Of course, you can send those via the interface, too - in OpenPGP settings screen, click
View and then
Send button. When someone sends you the key file with .asc extension, you'll be able to import that one - and just like your own keys, they're stored in the browser, not on the server.
In message compose mode, you can press
OpenPGP button which opens dialog for processing outgoing mail. For signing mails, you'll need to have your own private key, and in case of encrypting, public keys of all the recipients are required.
When you receive signed or encrypted message, you'll get an option to verify/decrypt that message. For decrypting messages, you only need your private key; for verification purposes, sender's public key is requried.
Note that using OpenPGP has its limitations - only plaintext messages can be processed, attachments or HTML bodies can not. And once you invoke
OpenPGP tool at message compose screen, you'll get a prompt for removing message formatting before proceeding with signing/encrypting.
Authentication via external services
Note: Integration with Dropbox and Google Drive allows users to access their Cloud storage.
Adding a signature for outgoing mails
It's possible to add a signature that supports HTML, formatting and images to all the outgoing mails.
The advanced search feature allows you to search trough your inbox and other folders for your important messages.
Templating or Quick replies
Templating feature allows for creating templates which essentially are email messages stored for later use.
If you need to send similar mail messages from time to time, you can mark specific folders of your email account to be used for storing templates, save emails as templates there, and use them in the future.
How Message threading works?
JungleWP's webmail will properly handle threading information when sending responses out, and will show threads in a message list:
Take a look at a message at the top of message list, it contains a mark stating 2, which means the thread contains 2 more mails. Click that mark to open the thread:
If thread contains more than 6 messages, the thread will be opened in chunks, and you'll need to click "More messages" to get next 5 mails.
How to enable or disable threading?
By default, threading is active, users can enable or disable mail threading in account settings:
How to enable horizontal layout
By default, JungleWP's webmail uses vertical interface layout, also known as three-pane view.
It's possible to switch to horizontal layout of email screen. The Layout selection is added to Mail section of Settings screen:
Note that this setting only affects email screen, other screens such as contacts will be displayed the same way, regardless of this setting.
That's all to get you started, if you have more questions, please let us know we will be happy to help you!