WebMail Lite documentation

Using external services (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox)

WebMail Lite supports using external services such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox for authentication purposes, it is also possible to access Google Drive and Dropbox file storages.

For this to work, WebMail Lite installation administrator should configure authentication via external services and enable specific features (Authentication, File storage or both).

If this functionality is enabled by administrator, WebMail Lite users will get additional External Services tab in their account settings. It will list all the services integration was enabled for, with specific features (Authentication, File storage or both) available.

To configure access to specific service, select the features you wish to use and click Apply. In popup window, the service will request your permission for integration with that particular WebMail Lite install. After that, the features you selected will be enabled - and at any later time, you can sign out of that external service by clicking Sign Out button found in account settings.