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Telus email

The popular ISP, Telus, provides multiple email accounts to their subscribers. Depending on the plan chosen, you can get 5 to 10 email addresses – everyone in the family can have one! And each Telus email account can be kept private protected with its own username and password.

Two ways to use your Telus email account

Email accounts can be accessed via the Telus webmail or an email client such as Outlook Express. You can use either of these methods and even both! Based on the results of a poll that I ran, a majority of the users employ email programs to check email accounts.

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Though webmail is an easier option allowing you to check messages from any computer as long as there is an active internet connection (not necessarily one provided by Telus), email programs can be used to download and save Telus email messages on your computer.

So which method should you use to access Telus email?
One of the advantages of webmail is the ability to use the email account from any computer located anywhere in the world. Not only would you be able to check messages but also contacts data via the webmail interface. You can get the webmail interface via the Telus login page.

Email programs, on the other hand, can help you download messages which will then be available even without an active net connection. To know more, read the advantages of email programs such as Outlook Express.

Telus email account: Features and benefits

  • All Telus broadband plans come with 5-10 email addresses.
  • You get 1000MB (1GB) or online storage for your email. This might not be enough if you exchange large messages. However, this is a minor issue and can be resolved by downloading Telus email to your computer where the storage space is limited only by what’s available on your local hard disk.
  • Telus web-based email is based on AJAX technology and lets you access both email messages and contacts data.
  • You can store 1000 contacts in the online address book.
  • To provide email-on-the-go, Telus has developed a mobile email section – Mobile.Telus.net
  • Telus email can also be set up on the iPhone – refer that post for step by step instructions.
  • Emails can be downloaded from the remote servers using POP3 and IMAP email protocols.
  • Telus doesn’t not allow emails of more than 15MB is size.

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  • Jean Lane on December 14th, 2010 6:23 am

    I want to know why TELUS sits my EMAILS in WEBMAIL up to 12 hours and still won’t send them to my in box there is an email that has been sitting in WEBMAIL since 1:30 pm today DEC 13 in fact there is 8 emails sitting in WEBMAIL today WHY won’t TELUS send them to my in box? I am getting very tired of always having to check WEBMAIL to see if I have any emails I hate WEBMAIL I won’t use it as I can’t answer or forward emails from WEBMAIL What is the problem, I have called Tech Support with little results.

  • Manish on December 15th, 2010 8:09 am

    Which email client are you using and at what time interval does it download messages automatically?

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