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Managing Files and Images in Enhanced WebMail

Last Updated: Mon, 16 Mar 2015 > Related Articles

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Summary

Learn to attach files and to block images in Enhanced WebMail.

Solution

Want to send a document or image in email? Need to block certain images from arriving in your email? Learn to do both in Enhanced WebMail.

Before beginning, make sure you are signed in to Enhanced WebMail.

  1. Go to webmail.cox.net.
  2. Enter your User ID and Password.
  3. Click the Enhanced WebMail radio button.
  4. Click Sign In.

Learn more about the following ways to manage files and images.

Individual email messages cannot exceed a total size of 20 MB, including attachments.
 

Not what you were looking for? See Using Cox Enhanced WebMail for more articles.

Attaching a File to an Email Message  

To attach a file or image to your email message, follow the steps below.

1

From the WebMail Inbox, click New.

new message

2
From the New Message window, click Attach.

attach button
3
  1. From the Select file(s) to upload window, select the Look In location to browse to a file.
  2. Select a file to attach and click Open.

    select file and open

    Result: The name and size of the attachment displays in the Attachments field.

Individual email messages cannot exceed a total size of 20 MB, including attachments.

4
To delete an attachment from your email message, click X next to the attachment file name.

delete attachment

Allowing or Blocking Images 

To allow images to display in messages you receive or to block them, follow the steps below.

1
  1. From the WebMail Inbox, click Preferences.
  2. From Preferences window, click General Email Preferences.
2
  1. Place a check in the HTML Privacy Protection box.
  2. Click Save.
  3. Click Close.

Uncheck the box if you no longer want to block images.


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