Solarus is a telecommunications company and an internet service provider founded in 1896, in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, United States. Also, Solarus is the largest independent telephone company situated in Wisconsin. The name “Solarus” is very much popular as a good quality telecommunication product and service provider including telephone services, television services, and high-speed Internet. Solarus Company has a total revenue of between $30 million and $40 million. The Solarus company also provides a webmail service as Solarus Webmail that can be accessed through webmail.solarus.net. In this article, we are mainly focusing on the Webmail Solarus.
Solarus Webmail Registration
If you are not a registered user, then you have to register to get access to the solarus.net account Webmail. Go through the following steps to be a registered user.
- Log on to https://ehbilling.solarus.net and that is the login page of the Solarus account.
- Below the sign-in button there is a “Do not have an account? Register here” option and click on that.
- You will be directed to the page of registration with the heading of “Register by Invoice”.
- On that page, the invoice number and amount due will be requested, and provide those details.
- Click the reCAPTCHA box and click on the “Continue” button.
- Please fill the application with your requested information like full name, email address, and password to set up the webmail account.
- After filling all the fields, click on the submit button to create the Webmail account.
Solaris Webmail Login
After being a registered user of Solarus by the above procedure,
1. Go to https://www.solarus.net/webmail-login/. (See the Figure 2)
2. This is the login page to solarus.net account webmail (See Figure 2). Enter the login credentials of your account.
3. Click “Enter”. If you have entered valid login credentials, a pop-up will be received to notify you that you have successfully logged in to your Solarus Webmail account.
Solarus Webmail Forgot Password
If you forgot the password of your Solarus account,
- Visit Solarus | Reset Password
- Enter your email address used to register.
- You will receive an email from Solarus with all the information related to the steps you have to follow to reset your password.
Solarus Webmail Settings
Settings can control the user interface and the behavior of the user interface of Solarus Webmail. There are three main parts of the settings of webmail. They are preferences, Managing Folders, and Sender Identities. Let us take a look at all these settings.
a) User Interface related –
UI is how the user sees the webmail or how the webmail is represented to the user.
- Language – Under UI, the user can set up a preferred language. But the webmail can detect the language currently being used on the computer.
- Time zone – The user can set the time zone in auto mode so that it will use the time zone which is being used in the system.
- Date and time format – The user can decide how the date and time have to be displayed.
- Skin – Skin is the appearance or the theme of the webmail. Users can add or change the skin.
- Interval of Refresh – This is the time duration between two adjacent refreshes of the webmail. (For example, checking the inbox at a time interval)
b) Mailbox View related –
Users can change the appearance or process of the inbox or outbox view.
- Preview Panel – show or hide in mail view
- Rows per page – chose the length of the list of messages to be displayed on one page. The lengthier the list per page, the longer the time taken to be loaded one page.
- Request receipts – by activating, the sender gets a receipt as the receiver reads the mail.
c) Related to composing messages –
- Compose in a new window – by checking this option, the browser opens a new window whenever the user composes a mail.
- Automatically save to draft – in solarus webmail and almost all the webmail, while the user is typing a message, it will be saved as a draft from time to time (periodically). That option can be turned on/off or change the period of saving to draft can be changed from this.
- Always request a delivery status notification / Always request return receipts – the “Delivery status notifications” and the “Return receipts” can be activated for new messages.
- Automatically add the signature – you can add your signature as a template and add it to selected emails you send from now, on this option.
- Spell Check – simply check this option and all the words you type will be checked for spelling errors.
- Display HTML – by checking this option, the HTML (rich text) editor will be enabled when composing messages.
- Default font – choosing a special font for formatted messages.
d) Address Book related –
- Default address book – the future contacts will be saved in the selected address book by default.
- Rows per page – the length of the contacts list shown on a page can be selected here.
- Sorting contacts – the sorting method or the attribute used to sort can be changed here.
e) Related to Displaying Messages –
Open messages in a new page/window – if this option is turned on, when double-clicking the message, it will be opened in a new window.
Display remote inline images – messages can be included references to images in remote servers. It is better to avoid this because spammers often use these references to send spam messages to your email address.
Display HTML – the user can either display messages as the sender intended the data or just as plain text by toggling this option.
Display the images attached with the message below – enable this option to display the attached images below the message
f) Server Settings – advance settings related to the email server
Read status of messages when deleting – when deleting unread messages, they will be marked as read if this option is enabled.
Flag for deletion – you can flag messages in Solarus webmail for deletion without actually delete them. Those messages can be undeleted later.
Do not show the deleted messages – prevent from listing the deleted messages.
Compact the inbox when logging off – enable this to delete all the “flagged for deletion” messages when you are logging off.
Delete the junk directly – by enabling, junk messages will not move to the trash folder and directly be deleted in a deletion process.
2. Sender Identities
- Display name – This is the name displayed in messages in the receiver’s inbox.
- Email – enter the email address of the webmail email account correctly. Otherwise, it may lead to failing the sending process.
- Bcc – add an email address to send a blind copy of the message.
- Set default – simply check this option to make the current identity is the default identity for future emails will be sent.
Signature – the user can add a signature to all the sender identities and that will be placed at the end of the message when start to type a new message.
- Signature – Here the user can add the actual signature.
- HTML Signature – this is for HTML formatted messages.
Managing Sender Identities –
Identities can be added to the list by clicking the “+” button. Just fill in the requested details and save. Also, there are control buttons to delete, edit the identities.
3. Managing Folders
a) Subscribing Folders
You can see the subscribed folders in Email View and unsubscribed folders are hidden. Folders can be subscribed by checking the subscribe box.
b) Creating a New Folder
- Click the Create Folder icon.
- Enter a name.
- Select _ to make it a top-level or a parent folder make it a sub-level folder.
- Save the folder.
c) Managing folders
Simply drag folders with the mouse pointer to move.
d) Deleting Folders
- Select a folder and open the actions menu.
- Find the delete option and click it.
- Confirm to delete in the dialog box.
e) Grant Access Right
- Go to the sharing list.
- Click Add Entry button.
- Select users, you want to grant access or make it accessible to all.
- Save the changes.
f) Editing Access Rights
- Go to Permission Entry.
- Click on the Access rights actions menu.
- Edit the access rights by adding or removing people.
- Click the save button.
g) Revoke Access Rights
- Select the permission entry.
- Go to the Actions rights menu and delete.
- Select to confirm and delete from the dialog box.
1. What is the Solarus Webmail address auto-complete?
The auto-completion option in Solarus Webmail is using to predict the email address you are going to type. In some cases, there is more than one email address for contact. So, when the user starts typing in the reception field, some contacts are repeated due to multiple email addresses. For that, there is an option “Skip Alternative Email Addresses in Autocompletion”. After enabling this, Only the primary email address will be shown in the auto-completion list. Alternative emails will not be on the list.
2. How to do Solarus Webmail contacts import?
Your contacts can be imported to the Solarus Webmail as CSV or vCard files. Just follow these steps to import your contacts.
- Open the address book and click the Import button from the toolbar
- The Import Wizard will be opened
- Select your contacts through the wizard.
- Select the destination address book of the contacts going to be imported.
- Click Import and wait till the import completes.
Now you can see the contacts in the selected address book.
Solarus Webmail Help
If you have any issues other than what we described in the FAQs section, please refer to the following.
- Related to Logging into the Solarus Webmail, UI or logging out – Solarus Webmail Help – Getting Started
- Related to Message List, Mailbox Folders or Preview Pane – Solarus Webmail Help – Viewing Email
- Related to Viewing/Reading Emails – Solarus Webmail Help – Reading Email
- Related to Sending/Composing Emails – Solarus Webmail Help – Composing Email
- Related to Searching Emails – Solarus Webmail Help – Searching Email
- Related to Organizing Emails – Solarus Webmail Help – Organizing Email
- Related to Directories/Contact List – Solarus Webmail Help – Viewing the Address Book
- Related to Create/Edit Contacts – Solarus Webmail Help – Editing the Address Book
- Related to Searching Contacts – Solarus Webmail Help – Searching the Address Book
To summarize, Webmail Solarus can be accessed through https://webmail.solarus.net. This article will provide information regarding how to login to the Solarus Webmail, How to change the password, what are the setting the user have to work with and usage of them, some FAQs and where the user can find help. A reader will clear almost all the issues regarding the Solarus Webmail Account.