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New Display Preferences


We’ve added two new features that should make composing email a little easier . . .
Default font and font size
When a webmail user is composing an email in HTML format, they can now save some time by using a default font and font size. To choose your desired defaults, select Account Options / Display Preferences. In the Composing Email section, select a default font and font size in the drop-down boxes.
Hiding the Frequent Contacts box
Our Frequent Contacts feature allows users to have quick access to contacts they write to most often. Users who do not want to use this feature, however, can now hide the Frequent Contacts box—freeing up more room for their To, Cc, Bcc, and Subject boxes.
To hide or display the Frequent Contacts box, select Account Options / Display Preferences. In the Composing Email section, check or clear the “Display the Frequent Contacts box.

About the Author

This is a post written and contributed by Pat Matthews.

Pat Matthews is the Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at Rackspace. Prior to Rackspace, Pat founded, a business email hosting company that made Inc. magazine's list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. In 2007 Rackspace acquired and the two businesses joined forces. From 2007 to 2009, Pat led the Rackspace mail business and helped grow it to more than two million paid mailboxes worldwide.

In January 2010, Pat was promoted to Vice President and General Manager of all Rackspace cloud businesses. In this role he led Rackspace to become one of the most important companies in the cloud computing industry. He was promoted to Senior Vice President of Cloud at Rackspace in August of 2010.

Today, Pat oversees corporate development, which includes M&A, investment projects, new business initiatives and strategic partnerships.

Pat is a graduate of Virginia Tech. He is an angel investor and advisor in several startup companies. Pat and his family live in San Antonio, TX.

  • Savio Dias

    Hello Team

    Hope your team can put the following in place :

    1.  24 x 7 support …this will help people especially in India / Asia, who otherwise have to wait a whole 10-12 hours till our problems gets to your support team and then resolved. I do not know how many Indian / Asian sites you host.

    2.  Control on “Aliases” should be given to us. We should be able to manage to add / delete “aliases” and also allow/restrict permission to send emails to defined “aliases”

    3.  Auto-reply should be a feature. VAR sends out a reply only once to the sender, all subsequent emails do not get the auto-reply.

    Would appreciate if your team can put these basic things in place.



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