With a private label Website site you can offer users a login that matches your brand. You can also gain additional controls over user settings and comminicate through a captivated portal.
The color of an email when hovered can be customized as well as when an email is selected.
Match the main background color of Webmail with your brand along with the header color of notifications.
Choose the color of the header links in Webmail and how the action of when they hovered.
Your own logo at the top of the webmail page and login page Add links or HTML to login page footer. Add links to company policy or announcements. Instantly chat with members of your domain Encrypted login page with SSL
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Yes you can use you own domain name or or a sub-domain on one of our domain. If you wish to use your own custom domain name, you will need to make a change to the DNS of the domain in order to add the required CNAME to use a custom Webmail site. The DNS for most existing sites is an A record that points to a specific IP address. You need to change the A record type to CNAME and change the IP address to the hostname provided. For example, if your Webmail site is going to be mail.mydomain.com, change the hostname to mail or mail.mydomain.com.
Once ordered the Webmail site is setup and ready to use within 4 hours. The DNS propagation can take up to 24 hours until the site resolves on your domain.
It is possible to have us make changes to the Webmail site once it has been setup. There is a $66 for any requested changes once this has been setup. It is worth while making sure your specified colors and logo is correct before placing your order.
You can choose to disable or enable the Dropbox integration app, allow for SMS password resets and speficy a custom logout page. There is also an option to add an email tagline that it added to every sent message through Webmail or a legal disclaimer that is added to the footer of every sent email on the domain.
Yes you can add your own HTML code to the Webmail footer and Webmail login page.