Improving your email workflow with some helpful updates!
We’ve all done it. Probably more than once. You write out your email and carefully craft your explanation of the files or pictures you are attaching. Satisfied, you hit “send”…only to realize in a flash of frustration that you forgot to actually attach your attachments. Typically, it’s too late to fix this minor blunder. You’re forced to craft another email, apologetically explaining your mistake.
As part of our enhanced security, PSMail servers enforce strict browser session checks and also block concurrent access to your account from multiple browsers. Here we will explain to you how to close your browser (not just the current window of the browser) and restart it to clear your session and ensure a proper secure login next time you access PSMail.
To insert a hyperlink in email, just type out the link or copy and paste the link into email. The system will automatically convert it to a hyperlink. Note when you copy and paste you may need to either type Space or Enter keys to activate the link
To insert hyperlinks from a picture or a custom text, select the picture or custom text and then use Command-K in Mac or Ctrl-K in Windows to activate the link. The link will be prompted and you can enter the full URL provide custom attribute like “Title” which will be visible on mouse over the link event and “Target” which is safe to leave it as “New Window”. See screenshot below for details
Ever wonder if you spell receive or recieve when composing an email? When you are using webmail*, PSMail’s email composer allows you to use native browser’s spell check in your local language. All you need to do is enable your browser’s spelling check function (usually under your browser’s Preferences/Options). If your spellcheck is enabled, you will see misspelled words in red color and underlined.
PSMail addressbook offers a group address option that can be used to send email to a large group of people. These group addresses (which are separate from PSLists) are a handy way to communicate with your employees, work group, family, or friends without having to type each and every address every time you want to correspond. Continue reading How do I send email to a group using webmail?
When you open an email in PSMail, you’ve probably noticed the bar of icons across the top of your message. Ever wonder what they all mean? These icons represent the variety of options we’ve provided you with as you read, respond to, and interact with your emails. Many of them are self-explanatory, but a few might be a bit tricky
A little update to an important function! The “search” button is now a magnifying glass icon that appears next to the number of new messages in your current folder. The search function allows you to search the From / To / Subject of all emails in your current folder. See below for a screenshot view.
PSMail knows that managing your inbox can be a daunting task. Dozens of emails can arrive on a daily (hourly!) basis from business contacts, ministry supporters, family, coworkers, and more. PSMail tries to streamline this time-consuming task in several ways, including management through rules and the use of aliases. In addition to these automating features, PSMail utilizes several different icons in your inbox to provide you with information about a message’s priority, content, and privacy/security status before you’ve even opened it.