On this page you enter your login-data for your mailbox.


The input


If your local language is supported by yawebmail (and your browser is configured for this language), it should have been already selected. Otherwise select a language of you choice.


The server (host) where your Mailbox (POP3- or IMAP-Account) is located. If you don't know the hostname of your Mailbox please ask your eMail-account-provider.


Select if your eMail-account is accessible via POP3, IMAP, POP3/SSL or IMAP/SSL (some accounts support multiple protocols). If you're not sure, try POP3 first, then IMAP - or ask your eMail-account-provider.

If you would like to log into a Googleâ„¢ Mail accout, try POP3 (SSL).


Click the jaw-wrench-icon if you would like to specify a custom server-port to connect to (do this only if your eMail-account-provider told you so).


The username of your eMail-account. If you don't know the username of your Mailbox please ask your eMail-account-provider.


The password of your eMail-account. If you don't know the password of your Mailbox please ask your eMail-account-provider.


This setting affects the arrangement of the message-listing(s).

"All messages on one page" causes yawebmail to build one message-listing for all messages in a particular message-folder. This may result in a longer waiting period if you have a large amount of messages in your folder(s), since all message-headers have to be loaded.

"Multiple pages (disables sorting)" causes yawebmail to split the content of your message-folder(s) to multiple message-listings (message 1 - 25, message 26 - 50, etc.). This feature disables an overall message-sorting since only the message-headers needed for a particular message-listing are loaded (and hence cannot be compared to the message-headers which are not loaded). The amount of messages per message-listing is defined by the yawebmail-admin (default: 25).


Push the "login"-button to get access to your mailbox.


Push the "reset"-button to reset all input-fields.


Push the "help"-button to get help for this screen. Actually you will see this page ;-)