When you receive a suspicious email, DO NOT reply email with any information, open attachment, or click any link in the email unless you are sure about this sender. Moreover, you can follow the steps mentioned below to report the suspicious email to ICTO Help Desk for investigation. For @Connect users or Outlook Web App […]
If you have to sent any emails with the sender address as [User ID]@umac.mo, please send it from Student Webmail (On-Premises Email) (http://webmail.umac.mo). Please be minded that when sending emails from “Student Webmail (On-Premises Email)“, the reply for the emails from “Student Webmail (On-Premises Email)” will be delivered to UM@Connect. If you have to reply from [User ID]@umac.mo again, please reply from “Student Webmail […]
As shown below, move the deleted emails to “Trash” after deletion is to prevent users mis-delete emails occasionally. When you click the link “Delete” as shown above, it doesn’t really delete the emails but move them to the “Trash”. So you can retrieve the deleted emails from the “Trash”. But once the emails deleted from […]
There is a timeout session setting in On-Premises Student Webmail (Student Webmail) for preserving certain data across subsequent accesses. The session will be expired after 120 minutes.
Please find the below servers settings accordingly: For Incoming Mail: Incoming mail(IMAP) Server : imap.wkg1.umac.mo Incoming mail(IMAP) Port No. : 143 Incoming mail(POP3) Server : pop3.wkg1.umac.mo Incoming mail(POP3) Port No. : 110 For Outgoing Mail: Outgoing mail (SMTP) Server : smtp.umac.mo Outgoing mail (SMTP) Port No. : 587 For Outgoing SMTP settings on different client: For Thunderbird Client: 1. Go to […]
1. Click the gear in the top right and then select Settings. 2. Click the Accounts and Import tab. 3. In the Check mail from other accounts (using POP3) section, click Add a POP3 mail account you own. 4. Enter the full email address of UM mail, then click Next Step >> 5. Enter your […]
The Student Webmail service is a web-based email system for students and UNIX System users. You can access your emails through Student Webmail service anywhere, by visiting http://studmail.umac.mo. If you are using hand-held device, such as mobile phone, Student Mail will be change to the mobile version automatically. (Details please refer to “Introduction to mobile version of […]
You can click on the message to view the message contents. On the top of the message, you can see the brief sender information. When you click on the sender, it will expand and you can see the detail information of Date, From and Subject. At the bottom of the message, you can Delete or […]
You can click “Search” at the bottom of the interface. A search box will be shown and you can select the search field and type in the keywords. After that, you can click “Start Search” to start the searching.
Instead of fully types in the recipients email address, you can pick it from your address book in Student Webmail. When you are composing email, you can click “To:” in the message composition dialog to open you address book. Your address book will be prompted in a separated window as shown below. The box at the left […]