|a.||The Bright Mail private email (Private Network) offers the highest level of email privacy and security. This is done by keeping all emails sent and received on our Secure Server where both the sender and the recipients can access it.|
|b.||The Bright Mail open email (Open Network) works like most other free email services in that your emails can be sent to anyone outside the network and you can receive emails from anyone that has your email address. The Bright Mail open email has robust anti-spam, anti-virus and encryption software built in, and of course, we never scan the contents of your email or use or sell information about you like other free email providers do.|
|a.||There are two tabs at the top of the inbox labeled "Open Network" and "Private Network". Simply click on the one you would like to access and it will take you to that respective inbox. As the Open and Private Networks are separate services, you may have to login again.|
|a.||There are detailed instructions on setting up your Open Network to work with email clients here.
** Be sure to choose the server that fits your needs: 1) The IMAP Server is best if you want to synch across devices like your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop. 2) The POP Server is best if you would rather not synch across devices.
|b.||Please note however, this will only work with the Open Network, the Private Network can only be used from the website.|
|a.||Easy! There are two ways to grow your private network of contacts on The Bright Mail's private email service.|
|a.||When composing an email in the Private Network, you have the option of setting a timer that will delete the email from the recipient's inbox at the end of the timed period. Simply select a time from the drop-down menu and the email you send will disappear after that amount of time you set, beginning once they open the email.|
|Note: The mail recipient(s) in the network can still photograph, take a screenshot, or copy and paste the contents of an email before it vaporizes|
|a.||Unlike other email services, The Bright Mail private email never leaves our secure server. Both parties simply login to their accounts and access the emails. Other emails services send your emails to multiple other locations (servers) before they get to their intended recipient. Each of these locations is a potential point of vulnerability for the security of your emails.|
|a.||Click on the 'Settings' icon at the top right, click 'Name/Signature' on the left side of the page, and enter you signature in the 'Signature' box and click save|
|b.||To always have your signature displayed, go to 'Settings', then 'Preferences', then 'Composing Messages' and select 'always' from the drop down for 'Automatically add signature'.|
|a.||Click on the 'Settings' icon at the top right, click "Password" and follow the instructions|
|a.||Yes. To change to a different theme, click on the 'Settings' icon at the top right, click 'Preferences', then 'Dislpay', then click on the word 'change to select a theme|
|a.||Go to 'Settings', then 'Preferences', then 'Composing Messages' and select 'never' from the drop down for 'Automatically add signature'.|
|a.||Click on the 'Settings' icon in the upper right-hand corner, then select 'Folders' in the Settings Column. You can add folders by clicking on the Plus (+) sign at the bottom of the Folders Column.|
|a.||Please contact us at email@example.com with your questions.|
|a.||Yes! Follow these simple steps and you have all of your contacts.
|b.||If you experience any problems please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|a.||Double-click on the date of the event in the calendar and complete the fields as required in the dialog box. Don't forget to hit save when you are done.|
|a.||Yes! Double-click on the event and edit as desired then click save to update the event.|
|b.||Go into Calendar under Settings in the Settings Tab (click the settings icon in the upper right-hand corner).
|b.||Go into Filters under Settings in the Settings Tab (click the settings icon in the upper right-hand corner) and click on 'Vacation'. You can set up the rules and the message right there.|
|b.||Go into Filters under Settings in the Settings Tab (click the settings icon in the upper right-hand corner) and click on 'Block Emails', and there you can specify the rules to block email.|
|b.||Go to 'Settings', then 'Name/Signature'. Enter your signature as desired in the box under signature and then click SAVE to update.|
|a.||Go to 'Settings', then 'Name/Signature'. Select the desired signature then click the 'Set Default' check box, and then click SAVE to update.|