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Using Ozeki Message Server from Internet Explorer


We show you the usage of Ozeki Message Server from Internet Explorer. First,  open a browser,  type the server URL in the address bar, then press Enter. After pressing enter you have to log in the Message Server ( Figure 1).
 

Figure 1. - Logging in of Ozeki Message Server by Internet Explorer

The following screen shows you how to send a message. If you click Send a message link, the textbook appears. Here you can edit yor messages ( Figure 2 ).


Figure 2 - How to send a message

You are able to send  messages to more  than one recipient by pressing Send many messages link ( Figure 3).

Figure 3 - How to send a group message

 

DISPLAY OF FOLDERS

You can find your incoming messages in the Inbox folder ( Figure 4).

Figure 4 - Inbox link

The outgoing messages can be found in the Outbox folder ( Figure 5).

Figure 5 - Outbox link

In Waiting for resend folder you can find those  sent messages, which have not been delivered to the recipient yet ( Figure 6).

Figure 6 - Waiting for resend

In the Sent Items folder you can find those messages, which have been sent to the recipient ( Figure 7).

Figure 7 - Sent items

The deleted messages can be found in the Deleted Items menu ( Figure 8).

Figure 8 - Deleted items

In the Could not be sent folder you can see those messages, which can't be delivered to the recipient for some reason ( Figure 9).

Figure 9 - Could not be sent

You are able to log out from Ozeki Message Server by pressing Logout link (Figure 10 ).

Figure 10 - Logout


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