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Looking for the Login Page for Hover Webmail?

James Koole on July 23, 2020
Looking for the webmail login?

2020 Update: Looking for the Webmail link on No worries, we cleaned up the navigation and placed a Sign In menu at the top of the page. Click that and you can pick between signing into your Hover account or your Hover Webmail.

Check out the new Webmail login page.

Check out the new Webmail login page at and add it to your bookmarks.

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What’s Changed to Webmail Login

Dec 9, 2015: Our Support Team has noted quite a few occasions where customers were confusing the Webmail login with the sign in for their Hover accounts. On the new login page for Webmail, you’ll note links to help articles about changing Webmail passwords and also a link to the Hover account sign in where customers can manage their domains. We hope that this will help make logging in a little less confusing.

We also removed a setting from the login page. You will no longer see the Shared Computer option that would log users out after four hours. Customers were confused by this setting and it didn’t offer any additional security for those actually on shared computers (like at a library or Internet cafe) where the proper choice would have been to leave the box unchecked and to also leave the Stay signed in box unchecked as well.

Instead, you’ll have a single choice: Stay signed in. If checked, you’ll remain signed in until you logout of Webmail even if you close your browser. If left unchecked, you’ll automatically be logged out when you close the browser or tab for webmail.

If you are using a public computer, you should either leave the box unchecked or log out of Webmail when you are finished your webmail session.

Note that only the login page for Webmail was updated in this release. The webmail interface itself remains the same.