finding webmail access site

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Content management applications
Corporate portal applications
Microsoft Windows
Network protocols
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Web site design & management
Hello, Is there any way one can find out the webmail access site using only the email address? Actually my friend was out of town and wanted to check her email using webmail but she had forgotten the webmail access site provided by her hosting service provider. She told me find this out but I could not. Any help on this would be highly appreciated. Thanks

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Many small ISPs use Plesk to manage their user accounts, the default is for the web mail for to be login name joeuser and the password is the same as their POP3 password.

That’s what I’d try, anyway

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  • PeterMac
    Just adding a little to last reply. Comments also apply to Exchange Webmail. Will often be an https:// URL ( Secure connection ) worth trying as an alternative.
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  • Stevesz
    If it is her ISP she is trying to reach for e-mail, if she would go to the home page of the ISP, and navigate from there, she should find a listing for accessing webmail. Another option would be to use, where she woould only need to know her e-mail address and password. Hads she been trying to access a corporate site, she should check with her IT people before leaving to get the information needed to access the site via webmail. Some will allow it straight up, others will require a VPN to be established or have other methods for accessing corporate e-mail systems. Steve
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  • BinooDas1234
    Hats off to stevesz. is working fine. Thanks a ton. I think that must be using a mail client application like outlook and must be downloading the mails to server. What do you think?
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  • Stevesz
    I think it just puts a web front end on the mailbox at the ISP. They have been around for quite a while, long before nearly everyone offered a web front end on their mail servers. Steve
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  • SimonMailor
    Hey, I use Silvermail when I am out of town - It's like mail2web but heaps faster, and also works with gmail, hotmail and yahoo. Hope that helps.
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