The popular ISP, Shaw Communications (www.Shaw.ca), is a Canadian company that offers internet access in addition to telephone and television services. Each internet connection comes with a free email account that can be accessed via the web browser (webmail) or through an email program). Webmail is definitely the easier option and involves going through the Shaw email login page.
The webmail interface is intuitive and lets you compose, send and organize emails in your account. An online address book application is also available in which you can store the contact information of the people you correspond with. Contacts can be grouped in the address book which is a big help if you frequently send emails to the same bunch of people.
To login at your Shaw email account through the webmail interface, point the web browser to the direct login page link – https://webmail.shaw.ca/uwc/auth.
As I mentioned above, even though webmail is the easier option of accessing the account, you can also employ email programs to download and store the messages on your computer; please refer the following for details.
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