Settings provides access to various options that you can customize to fit your preferences. Note that some settings can only be accessed through the Webmail service. Here are some of the settings you can access in this service:
Usage Storage Meter
The Usage Storage Meter shows how much storage space you're using and how much you have remaining.
Here are some quick tips for managing your email storage:
- Delete old emails that you no longer need.
- Empty your Trash and Spam folders regularly.
- Use the Search feature to locate and delete large attachments.
- Use your Drive cloud service to store large files and attachments outside of your email account.
- Consider upgrading to a higher storage plan if needed.
In this section, you can update your password.
- Tap the Settings icon in the left-side navigation drawer.
- Under the General section, select Security.
- Tap Change Password.
- Enter your current password, followed by your new password:
a. You can use the Password auto-generate feature for a secure and complex password.
b. If you've forgotten your password, you can use the Forgot Password tool to reset it.
- Re-enter your new password to confirm.
- Tap Save to update your password.
Creating a strong password is an important step in keeping your online accounts secure. With these tips, you can create a strong and unique password that will help protect your personal information from hackers and cyberattacks.
- Use a combination of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
- Avoid using personal information such as names, birthdays, or phone numbers
- Choose a password that is at least 8 characters long.
- Use a unique password for each account you have.
- Consider using a password manager to generate and store strong passwords.
- Change your passwords regularly, at least every 3 to 6 months.
- Don't share your passwords with anyone, including friends or family members.
This section lets you configure your email client settings for your email service. You can connect to your email client, such as Outlook, Thunderbird, and others, by configuring your POP3, IMAP4, or SMTP server settings.