- Webmail Service
Scroll down & click Save.
- Login, hover mouse over Cog Wheel icon, It shows:
User Preferences, Click on icon, In box: Personal
- From: "FirstName LastName"
- Reply-To: From: "FirstName LastName"
- From: is needed when writing to many but not all mail
lists including but not limited to Berklix Mail
Lists, you may need to be subscribed as same address you
are seen to be sending from, to avoid list spam filters
discarding your posts.)
- Reply-To: is advisable when writing to people, so
they have your long term address, & not merely the name
of the server that Berklix is using today. Note some MUA
(Mail User Agents = the software your human interlocuators
use) will obey the Reply-To: header field, & some other
MUAs ignore it. That is their failing, their problem, out of
- Not just anything that seems to work today
- Not your_initials.webmail@(slim OR
land).berklix.net (Servers land & slim
take turns serving webmail for normal users, while perhaps
the other server is off line during upgrade. If your friends
reply to the wrong server their mail may be lost or bounced,
ensure your friends reply to @webmail.berklix, not to
@land.berklix or @slim.berklix
- Not firstname.lastname@example.org :
That would go as direct mail (where you probably have no
- Not email@example.com :
That might or not get lost on a reserve webmail server
(Berklix domains have multiple server hosts, but only one
provides normal webmail service so you must prefix the server
alias 'webmail.' after the '@')
- Not firstname.lastname@example.org : That would
go as direct mail to a random Berklix server where you almost
certainly have no account.
- Not email@example.com... :
webmail server may not be or remain on same host with normal
user login accounts.
- Not firstname.lastname@example.org or org or eu or de & other domains. They may
work now, but are for other purposes & may not work
- No guarantees, subject to change without notice etc.
- No mail forwarding set by default.
- Don't use a valuable password: Your password could be
stolen by `man in the middle' packet sniffers on the
Internet, as it uses http, not https,
Ssh : Secure Shell I haven't got this working yet (though
I've added directives to httpd.conf).
- Ssh may not work if you use a Microsoft crippled
browser that for security reasons has been limited to not
allow extra windows to open. (As seen at a free service
adjacent a wall at Systems 2006.)
- Need to turn on Java in browser.
- The black box reported the Java applet is 2280 days
old & to go to http://www.mindbright.se/mindterm/ (a
dead URL @ 2013-06-21) which redirects to
http://www.appgate.com/products/80_MindTerm/ which had a
client that implements the SSH1 and SSH2 protocols
written in pure Java "free for personal use". Not
something I'll install on FreeBSD client workstations
that have real C, really free. Might be of use on MS
That now redirects to http://www.cryptzone.com/products/
Where one can find
http://www.cryptzone.com/products/mindterm/ Which @
2013-06-21 has a free version
Not for normal users, Only for tests