Welcome to the webmail login page for our clients who use their domain name for e-mail.
Please follow these directions to login to your e-mail.
When you click the Login button you may see this message:
The connection is private and it is secure.
Click on the "Advanced" link to proceed.
You will then see this message.
Indyweb.net uses a self-signed security certificate.
It is safe to continue.
Click on "Proceed to mail1.indyweb.net".
Our server is uber fast and contains the most
up-to-date anti-spyware and anti-virus software. We have also updated the
operating system and we have new web based e-mail (SquirrelMail).
You may find that things look a bit different, but we are
sure you will become familiar with the changes quickly. Should you have any
problems and need assistance, please call us at (317) 536-1201 or send an
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
messages are very dynamic. Our mail servers get
thousands of messages very day and most of the messages are picked up (removed)
from the servers soon after arrival. The
result of this constant change is that daily backups are ineffective. We do
backup all of our servers on a daily basis to external backup servers. The
folders containing the mail data, do however not get
backed up. Instead we rely on the fact that all mail data is stored on Raid drives.
Raid drives are arrays of redundant drives. Data is mirrored on more than 1
drive in real time. If one drive were to fail, the redundant drive would take
over allowing us to repair the fault without losing data. Since we have no
external backup of mail messages, we recommend that you remove all critical messages
from the mail server and keep them on your local system.
Indyweb makes every effort to insure the security of our customers'
data, but we can not be held responsible for data loss due to events beyond our
Thanks from the whole Indyweb.net team.