You can use Shaw Webmail to send and receive email from any web browser. With preferences, you can edit your account settings, filters, spam settings, email signature, and notification settings. You can also manage your contacts and calendars, and set up an auto-reply message.
UnderGeneralin the right-hand menu, you can set preferences for your sign-in client, font and font sizes, time zone and language, and the folders to include in searches.
You can manage your primary account settings by clickingPreferences, thenAccounts. Within your Account preferences, you can set what you want to appear in theFromfield of your email messages.
To access Mail preferences in Shaw Webmail:
Open your mail composition settings by clickingPreferencesand thenMail. You can set how emails are composed, spellcheck, read receipts, spam mail options, and more within your Mail preferences.
One of the most powerful features in your preferences menu is the ability to create flexible filters. Filters can automatically move emails to a folder, delete unwanted messages, and help increase productivity by highlighting your most important mail.
Looking to update your signature at the bottom of your sent mail? Use the signature tab to generate a new signature. For more custom signatures that include images and formatting, select Format as HTML from the top right.
Out of Office Settings
You can manage your Out of Office settings by clickingPreferencesand thenOut of Office. Toggle yourOut of Officestatus on or off, enter an auto-reply message, and set a start and end date for your auto-reply to be active.
To send an auto-reply message:
Select Out of Office from the Preferences tab
Click the toggle beside Send auto-reply message.
Write the message you want to automatically send back to anybody who messages you
Choose if you want this to only send between a start and end date.
Choose if you want the same dates to show in your calendar by clicking Calendar Appointment.
To access Calendar preferences, clickPreferencesand thenCalendar. You can configure your work week and hours, and how appointments are created.