Articles with the tag mail are listed below.
CJSM are introducing a new version of the Webmail service which provides a number of welcome improvements. For those using the Webmail service we have put together a short article to explain what's new, what hasn't changed and any common questions and answers. Even if you use CJSM through your own Email application it may well be worth a read as you can use Webmail in combination with your existing set up.
14 Dec 2017 • 87 views
Setting up your Samsung Galaxy Tab E mini with 15NBS E-mail is very straightforwards and only takes a few minutes.
1 Sep 2017 • 87 views
If you need to know who is in an Email Distribution list, Microsoft Outlook provides you with several ways you can see the membership and here we show you how along with how to address an Email to the list but exclude chosen members.
13 Mar 2017 • 87 views
Access to your 15 New Bridge Street Email is secured by a logon ID and a password but ID's are easy to guess and there are various ways your password could be found out so to deal with possibility, an additional layer of security can be added to your Email account. Here we explain what this is, why it is needed and how you can get started using it.
27 Jan 2017 • 87 views
If you use a CJSM mailbox account and would like to have CJSM configured with your chosen Email application, setting it up for the first time can be a bit of a challenge. Here we have produced a list of the settings required for the most commonly used Email applications along with some relevant hints and tips.
4 Jan 2017 • 87 views
If you use Microsoft Outlook to access a CJSM Mailbox you may encounter a situation where Emails do not get sent but remain in the Outbox and this can also affect Email for other accounts set up with Outlook. This problem arises because of how CJSM secures the connection between its service and your computer. Here we show you how to resolve this problem.
25 Oct 2016 • 87 views
Increasingly individuals are being encouraged, usually through an Email or SMS, to sign into a commonly used service (for example their Apple or Google accounts) and the login page is a fake. If you enter your details you will find your account has been compromised as your logon details are passed on to someone else. Here we explain about this kind of attack, what to do to avoid it and what to do if you have fallen victim to it.
5 Aug 2016 • 87 views
If you are getting more spam than usual it can seem that something is going wrong somewhere but this is rarely the case and it is usually the result of the technical cat and mouse game played by the spammers. Here we explain a bit more about what is going on.
7 Jun 2016 • 87 views
Office 365 has sophisticated filters that significantly reduce the amount of spam that reaches your inbox. It also provides a quarantine for items it isn't entirely sure about and here we explain a bit more about how that works and how you can access your quarantine directly.
17 Nov 2015 • 87 views
If you need to take a backup of your 15 New Bridge Street E-mail then Microsoft Outlook can be used to download the E-mail into a Personal Folder (PST) file. Here were explain how to take a backup of your E-mail using Microsoft Oulook 2013.
25 Jun 2015 • 87 views
When a solicitor indicates that they wish Chambers to notify the lay client of their right to complain, BarCAT will send a notification Email to a designated address. In this article we show you how to change the notification Email address.
18 Jun 2015 • 87 views
If you use the mailbox version of the CJSM service you may wish to change your password to something more memorable and here we show you how.
12 Nov 2014 • 87 views
If you use the mailbox version of the CJSM service you can be alerted to new E-mails arriving on your "non-CJSM" account. Here we show you how to switch this facility on.
4 Nov 2014 • 87 views
Setting up Mac Mail with 15NBS E-mail is very straightforward and only takes a few minutes. Here we explain how to do it.
1 Nov 2014 • 87 views
Before your computers and devices can be configured with your new Chambers E-mail account you will need to sign in to the E-mail system using your web browser to update the password for your account. This short article explains how to sign in for the first time and update your password.
30 Oct 2014 • 87 views
Those keen to get you to divulge your personal/financial information are always looking for new ways to get you reading and responding to their E-mails. Spam filters do a great job and will block the majority of spam and fake messages but inevitably some still gets through. Here we explain some of the things to look for to help you spot the fake messages from the genuine.
15 Jul 2014 • 87 views
Email is an essential service however if an Email you were expecting hasn't arrived there are a few things you can quickly check before asking us to investigate.
12 Feb 2014 • 87 views
You have received a message saying "Delivery Status Notification (Delay)" after receiving a message. What next?
12 Feb 2014 • 87 views
It is very troubling when emails disappear. It can lead to suspicions including that there is a fault with the email server or that a hacker or other person has accessed your account, but this is very rarely the case.
12 Feb 2014 • 87 views
If using Outlook, they can all be saved at once to a folder of your choosing very easily.
12 Feb 2014 • 87 views
If your Internet Explorer browser has updated itself to version 11, this forces Exchange 2010 webmail to display in the 'light' version with less options and other websites to display strangely.
2 Jan 2014 • 87 views
Received an Email with a .switch file attachment but your computer can't open it? Switch is a secure Email service and there are a couple of options for working with these attachments.
11 Oct 2013 • 87 views
For those who are late to class "phishing" is the use of fraudulent (but plausible looking) emails and websites which try to persuade the gullible to hand over their bank or credit card details to criminals.ï¿½ Here we briefly explain how to recognise the phishing attempts and you need to be doing to prevent them getting to you.
2 Sep 2013 • 87 views
If you send an E-mail to someone else using the CJSM service and the message "bounces-back" it can be difficult to work out why the message has come back. We explain what to look for in the bounce-back message and what needs to be done to get your message through.
8 Feb 2013 • 87 views
If you have E-mail automatically forwarded from your 15NBS account to your personal E-mail account and messages do not appear to be being forwarded there are a few things you can check before getting in contact with us.
7 Nov 2012 • 87 views
Setting up Mac Mail with 15 New Bridge Street is very straightforwards and only takes a few minutes. Here we explain how to do it.
12 Oct 2012 • 87 views
The 15 New Bridge Street E-mail system automatically adds an 15 New Bridge Street signature and a disclaimer to all outbound E-mail. The signature will also include (where requested) your phone numbers, title etc.
3 Oct 2012 • 87 views
Setting up your Samsung Galaxy Note with 15NBS E-mail is very straightforwards and only takes a few minutes.
27 Sep 2012 • 87 views
All E-mail systems place a limit on the total size of the items attached to a single message. These limits will vary depending on the E-mail system and how it has been configured by its administrators/providers. Here we explain more about attachment limits and what to do if you are encountering such problems.
23 Sep 2012 • 87 views
15 Sep 2012 • 87 views
If E-mail to your smartphone has stopped or is only working intermittently there are a few basic checks you can easily do yourself.
11 Sep 2012 • 87 views
Getting an avalanche of "undeliverable" Email messages from strangers may give the impression that your E-mail account or the E-mail system has been "hacked". Often this isn't the case and here we explain a bit more about what is going on and how we deal with such problems.
10 Apr 2012 • 87 views