End user support|
If you're using SquirrelMail to read and write mails, but someone else
manages the SquirrelMail installation you're using, you're an end user.
SquirrelMail is typically installed for end users by their employer, the school
they attend, some organization that the end user is a member of, a hosting
company, or an Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Help for end users are acquired in two steps.
1. Read the documentation
First of all you should read the documentation. Apart from the documentation
that's included in the installation you're using (just click "Help" when logged
in), there's the user
2. Contact your mail system administrator
If you cannot find the information you are looking for in the documentation,
contact the person or team that administers the installation you are using.
SquirrelMail is typically installed for end users by your employer, the school
you attend, some organization of which you are a member, a hosting company, or
an Internet Service Provider (ISP). This means that the person who gave you an
account also is the person responsible for giving you support.
Please do not contact the SquirrelMail Project Team. We are
not administering the system you are using and there is very little we can do to
help you. For details as to why the SquirrelMail Project Team cannot help you,
please read more about how mail systems