With webmail you can easily access your email account with the help of a browser and read and write emails no matter where you are.
We provide several web-mail clients for your use. You can switch from one client to another if you want to. However, keep in mind that each web-mail client has its own address directory.
|G-Kennung (staff)||S-Kennung (students)||Description|
|Horde/Webmail||Horde/Webmail||Exhaustive webmail client including groupware for the organisation of your address directory, calendar, notes, tasks, and the data management of your account.|
|RoundCube||RoundCube||Simple, intuitive design, but less functions than Horde.
|SquirrelMail||SquirrelMail||Older webmail client, recommended for slower internet connections only.|
(Outlook Web Access)
|for staff only||Webmail with full access to address directory, calendar, and emails.
Webmail programmes allow you to access your emails with a web browser, no matter where you are or which computer you use. However, when you are mainly working with your own PC, an email client like Mozilla Thunderbird is easier and faster.
Experiencing problems with UNIX-Webmail?
- Please refer to our webmail help section for questions on connectivity, passwords, etc.