|What is web-based email? |
|Web-based email allows you to send and receive email through your Web browser. IIUM Webmail is available at http://webmail.iiu.edu.my. Simply enter your Email ID and password. |
|How to configure the email using Outlook Express|
|Please refer to the link given|
|How big is my email quota (mailbox size that I am entitled to)? |
|Users will receive a reminder if their mailbox exceeds 60MB but below 80MB.
Users account will be automatically blocked if their mailbox exceeds 80MB.
User account will be automatically re-enabled once their mailbox falls below 60MB.
|How to change your password.|
|Login to IIUM webmail. Select Options and click the Change Password link.|
|Download Mozilla's Thunderbird client email software|
|Click http://www.iiu.edu.my/download/Thunderbird_Setup_188.8.131.52 to download|
|What is Spam Mail|
|Unsolicited junk email - generally advertising for some product sent wide-scale to a mailing list or newsgroup. There are a number of ways you can find yourself on a spammer's email list, including signing up for newsletters that sell lists of their clients' email addresses, listing your email address on a webpage or newsgroup, or even by choosing an email address that spammers may be able to guess.
Example for the email that will be blocked by our Filtering Server including a HTML email with IFRAME.
|How to Release your Blocked Email|
|Use MailMarshal Spam Quarantine Management to review the messages and release it.
|How to check my folder size?|
|How to check my folder size?
Please visit IIUM webmail. Login and click the Folder Sizes button in the left panel.
|Secure your email using SSL|
|When a mailbox is using standard POP3 and IMAP protocol, the username and password are sent in the clear over the internet. This means, that anyone with the ability to "listen in" on your mail client's login session with your mail server can easily retrieve your username and password as well as read your email. In addition, once they have your password, they could read your email without your knowledge or permission or they could even send SPAM email from your account, possibly getting you into serious trouble since spamming is a crime in most Western countries these days. The best way to ensure no one can get your password (at least not without going to a huge amount of trouble) is to set your email using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection. This means that all data exchanged between your mail client and the server is encrypted with a digital security certificate making it [pretty close to] impossible for anyone with malicious intentions to steal your email or password.|
|Why I cannot received or send email ?|
|The reasons are :
- You have exceeded the quota limit of 80 Megabyte (MB). You can reduce your disk space usage by :
You have to reduce your disk usage to below 60 MB to re-enable the sending
and receiving of your emails.
You have not been opening/deleting/sending emails for the past six(6)
- Deleting any emails that you no longer require. By deleting emails in
INBOX, Sent Items and any other folders, this will reduce your disk space
usage, and will hopefully bring you back to within your quota.
- Moving your emails from the server to your local folder on the PC. You
have to use email clients such as Mozilla Thunderbird, Outlook Express or
any other email clients that is not web-based. Click on the link below to see how it is done :
To re-enable the sending and receiving of your emails, open your
email account and delete at least one email. After 1/2 an hour the email
will automatically enabled.