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WebMail Interface Revisions II

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

Welcome to the next installment in LuxSci’s iterative improvement of its WebMail user interface. In addition to some minor bug fixes, this update focuses on interacting with the WebMail message list and message view areas.

It is a very personal preference if you like:

  • To display both your list of messages and a view of individual messages at the same time, or
  • To toggle quickly back and forth between your message list and your message view (e.g. like Gmail does), or
  • To open all new messages in new windows

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.eml Email Files – Importing and Viewing in LuxSci WebMail

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

.eml file

EML is a standard file format for saving a single email message.  These types of files can be exported from many different email systems.  However, once you have them — how can you then view them?  There are many ways to open and read .eml files.  Now, you can also import these files directly into your LuxSci email folders though our web interface. Once imported, they show up just like all of your other regular email.

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How to Open and Read .eml Email Files

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Many email programs and services allow downloading and/or saving email messages in a format called “.eml”.  This format is very simple and very standard.  These are plain text files that hold one email message per file and which contain the full message headers and full MIME-encoded message content.

LuxSci allows saving email messages from WebMail and from the SecureLine Escrow portal as eml files for offline usage, and the importing of eml files directly into your email folders.

While .eml is a widely used standard, old versions of Microsoft Outlook (before v2010) do not support it and that leaves many people wondering what to do with these files.

Here we explain how to open and view .eml-encoded message files on your computer.

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