WebMail Enhancements

Published: September 15th, 2001

In addition to numerous look-and-feel enhancements, we have added the following new features to WebMail. Please see your WebMail Preferences screen to customize the new preferences related to these and other options.

  • Read Message Receipts: When sending email you can request that a receipt email be sent to you when the recipient reads the message (requires that the recipient consent to the receipt and that his email client supports them). When reading email messages, you can now respond to Read Receipt requests. You can set your preferences so that you never respond [the default], always respond, or are asked each time a receipt is requested.
  • Sorting your email messages: You can now sort the email messages in your folders by date, subject, or sender in an ascending or descending fashion. You can specify the default sorting in your WebMail Preferences. You can also change the sorting dynamically while displaying the messages in your folders.
  • Message Importance Flags: When sending an email you can now designate it as of Normal, High, or Low importance. Most email clients display special flags next to messages marked as of high or low importance. WebMail now also recognizes and indicates the importance of you messages: A red “!” for High importance messages, and a blue down arrow for Low importance messages.

Support for Auto-Responders

Published: September 15th, 2001

An “Auto-Responder,” also know as an “Out of Office Reply,” is a mechanism by which you can create special email messages to be sent automatically to those who send email messages to you. This is particularly useful, for example, if you will be unable to check or respond to your email for an extended period of time and you want to let the people who send you email know that you are “out of the office” or “on vacation”, etc.

Our Auto-Responders are free and consist of the following features:

  • Specify different automatic response messages depending on the email address and/or domain to whom the incoming message was originally addressed (useful if you receive email for multiple email addresses in your InfiniteDimensions mailbox).
  • Specify a “catch all” automatic response message.
  • Specify the subject and body of each response message.
  • Apply your signatures to the response messages.
  • Activate / deactivate automatic responses individually, or all at once.

Merger with Phoenix Promotions

Published: July 17th, 2000

InfiniteDimensions (the company name of Lux Scientiae prior to April, 2002) has merged with “Phoenix Promotions”, a web site promotion company. “Phoenix Promotions” becomes a department within InfiniteDimensions.

Corporate Formation

Published: December 1st, 1999

InfiniteDimensions (the company name of Lux Scientiae prior to April, 2002) forms as a Massachusetts company.