This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to powered by ausweb RoundCube webmail

Now let’s learn how to mark messages as read or unread

Both messages in the Inbox folder are currently marked as “Read“… you can tell this because the text is regular instead of bold

1) Let’s highlight one of the messages

2) Click the Mark Messages icon

3) Let’s choose to mark this message as “Unread

The message is now marked as unread (since its text is bold), and our inbox shows 1 message as being unread

Selecting an unread message automatically changes its status to “Read“….. but if the message was already selected, you can mark it as “Read” by choosing the option in the Mark Messages icon

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to mark messages as read or unread in RoundCube

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6. Using multiple identities in RoundCube

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to RoundCube webmail

Now let’s learn how to use multiple identities

1) Click the Personal Settings link here

2) Then click the Identities tab

3) To create a new identity, click the New identity button here

4) Enter the desired information for the new identity

5) When finished, click Save

The new identity is now listed along with our original identity

You can create as many identities as you wish, by repeating the steps we just did

6) Let’s return to the main E-Mail page

7) Click here to compose a new message

8) Now when sending email, we can choose to send FROM any of our identities by selecting the identity from this Sender drop-down box

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to use multiple identities in RoundCube

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4. How to create folders in RoundCube

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to RoundCube webmail

Now let’s learn how to create folders to help organize our emails

1) Click the Personal Settings link here

2) Then click the Folders tab

3) Type the name of the new folder here, then click Create

That’s it! The new folder has been created, and is shown here in our list of folders

4) We can click our new folder here to see it’s contents…..

5) You can rename the folder at any time by clicking this icon….. and entering a new name here

6) You can delete the folder by clicking here

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to create additional folders in RoundCube

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9. How to save a draft message in RoundCube

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to RoundCube webmail

Now let’s learn how to save draft email messages

1) Click the Create Message icon here

2) Let’s start composing a message

While composing an email, you may find that you’ll want to save your work and come back to it later

3) You can do that by clicking the Save this Draft icon here

4) Let’s return to the main E-Mail page

5) To find your saved draft messages, click the Drafts folder

6) There it is! To continue composing the message, simply click the message…..

7) ….. then click the Compose icon

8) You can then continue to compose your email

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to save messages as drafts in RoundCube, so you can complete them at a later time

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7. How to manage your address book in RoundCube

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to RoundCube webmail

Now let’s learn how to manage our address book

1) Click the Address Book link here

This is the address book, which lists all contacts we choose to include in our address book

2) By selecting a specific contact, their details will display here in the right window

3) We can add a new contact to our address book by clicking here…..

4) ….. and filling in the contact’s information

5) Click Save

6) You can edit any of your contacts by highlighting them, then clicking the Edit Contact button

7) To remove a contact from the address book, highlight it…..

8) ….. then click the Remove icon

With a contact selected, you can click the Compose Mail To icon here to send them an email

9) Or if you want to send an email to multiple contacts, hold down your CTRL key while selecting multiple contacts…..

10) ….. then click the Compose Mail To icon

As you can see, the Compose Email window has opened, and our two contacts have automatically been inserted into the Recipient field

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to manage the address book in RoundCube