Webmail Interface Trial Links
Below, you'll find links to the production webmail interface and the four interfaces offered for review in our interface trial. You may
want to bookmark this page for easy access to the various interfaces during the trial.
Please note that only the production webmail interface is officially supported -- the other interfaces linked below are offered for test purposes only.
Questions and feedback regarding the trial interfaces should be routed to the webmail testers' mailing list at email@example.com
Production Webmail (https://webmail.duke.edu)
- This is the current production webmail interface. Use this interface for any critical work, and as
a baseline for comparison with the trial interfaces below.
- This is a web-based IMAP client designed and written at the University of Oregon. Login using your Netid and password at the main login screen.
The "standard" interface is designed for normal web browsing, while the "small screen" interface is designed for use with web browsers on mobile devices
(cell phones, PDAs, etc.).
DIMP - Dynamic IMP (https://webmail-dimp-test-01.oit.duke.edu/horde/imp)
- This is a multi-faceted web-based IMAP client which provides multiple different interface styles for users of different web browser platforms.
At the main login page, you'll need to enter your Netid before the "@", and enter duke.edu after the "@". Use your regular
NetID password. The two "Simple" interfaces offered in the pulldown menu on the login page are suitable for use with any modern web browser. The
"Mozilla" interface will only work properly with Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox derivative browsers, while the "IE6+" interface requires the use of a
recent (version 6 or higher) version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
- This is an alpha test (very early pre-release) version of the same IMP software that underlies the production webmail interface we're all familiat with.
It incorporates some new features, but has a look-and-feel substantially similar to the current interface. Login using your NetID and passwordat the Horde login screen.
You can change your personal options via the "options" page once inside the application. Note that options set in this trial interface will not interfere
with any options you have set in the production webmail interface.
- This is a beta (pre-release) version of an Ajax-oriented web-based IMAP client. At the login screen, login with your netid and password.