This functionality is being provided by your Web browser, not by the WebAccess client. Consult your Web browser documentation for instructions on disabling this feature.
See Using Rules.
In the GroupWise WebAccess main window, click theicon.
Type your signature text in the box.
Clickto have GroupWise WebAccess automatically add the signature when you send the item.
Clickto have GroupWise WebAccess prompt you to add the signature when you send the item.
When you create a signature, GroupWise WebAccess stores it in your GroupWise Mailbox at your post office. The GroupWise Linux and WebAccess clients share the same text signature, while the GroupWise Windows client stores signatures in HTML format and allows multiple signatures to be stored.
You cannot edit the information in the GroupWise Address Book yourself. You must Submit a Request in order to update your personal information.
You must Submit a Request in order to update your personal information.
When you use the GroupWise Windows client, you have more control over what you allow into your own mailbox, as described in Handling Unwanted Mail in Working with Items in Your Mailbox in the Desktop Client User Guide.
If you have a small number of specific addresses that you want to block, you can set up a rule, as described in Using Rules.
No. Not at the present time.
See Using Proxy.
Most cell phones include an e-mail address for SMS messages. If you want to forward your messages to your own cell phone, you need to contact your carrier to determine the e-mail address of your phone. If you want to send a message to someone else’s cell phone, you need to know the e-mail address of that person’s phone.
You need to actually empty the Trash before your disk space consumption goes down.