Email & Hosting

Email Setup in Mac Mail

This guide is suitable for Mac Mail 10 and later.  

Email Setup in Windows 10 Mail

If you have another email account, send a test email to the email address you're setting up. Alternatively, ask a friend or family member to send you an email.   Open Windows 10 Mail. if this is your first time using the program, you may…

Email Setup in Outlook 2013

Open Outlook and click File in the top left-hand corner of the screen. Select Info from the left-hand list and then click Add Account.  

Importing & Exporting Contacts in Westnet Webmail using vCard

This function is not supported in mobile or tablet web browsers. Select one of the links below to jump to that section

Organising Contacts in Westnet Webmail

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Adding Picture to a Contact in Westnet Webmail

This function is not supported in mobile or tablet web browsers.   Log in to Westnet Webmail.   Click the Contacts tab in the top toolbar in Webmail, and then select a contact from your list of contacts.  

Adding a New Contact in Westnet Webmail

Select one of the links below to jump to that section Desktop PC or Mac Mobile or tablet web browser Desktop PC or Mac Click the New button in the upper right-hand corner of Webmail and then select New Contact from the drop-down menu.

Webmail Settings

Accessing the settings page Desktop PC and Mac Click the Settings tab in the top Webmail toolbar.   Adjust the settings as desired.   Click the Save Settings button in the upper right-hand corner to finish.  

Using the Calendar in Westnet Webmail

On a mobile or tablet web browser, you can keep track of events on your calendar, but you won't see the traditional "calendar" layout as seen on a Desktop PC or Mac. Select one of the links below to jump to that section

Organising emails in Westnet Webmail

Adding a New Folder Desktop PC or Mac Click the plus (+) icon in the upper left-hand corner of Webmail to add a new folder in the left-hand column.   Type the name you’d like for the folder and then hit the Enter key on your keyboard…