To log-in please us the information provided below. Your passwords are the original secure passwords I provided, use them to log-in. Once logged in, please use Roundcube to check your email. Roundcube is much like Gmail and Yahoo, it's pretty simple to use. This new server has maximum password security protection. If you have any questions, call Dillon at (308)-995-4418.

Log-In URL

https://www.JanssenFord.com/WebMail/

Note: You may wish to bookmark, also known as add to favorites, the email login link. However, you will notice when you log into your email via www.janssenford.com/webmail, the URL redirects to another URL. (https://www.janssenford.com:2096)

Do not bookmark https://www.janssenford.com:2096, make sure you bookmark janssenford.com/webmail. You can edit a bookmark by right clicking the bookmark and choose edit from the drop-down menu.

How Do I Create A Bookmark?

How to create a bookmark in Google Chrome

How to create a bookmark in Mozilla FireFox

I would cover Internet Explorer, but I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you utilize Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Microsoft has discontinued any future development of Internet Explorer. Today's modern computers come equipped with Microsoft Edge.

How Do I Set Up Email On My Phone?

Roundcube Webmail Tutorial

How Do I Change The Way REPLY Messages Are Composed?

You may find it frustrating that when you reply to an email, it copies the entire email before your reply. If so, here is the simple and easy quick fix that you will find in your settings section.

  1. Log into your Roundcube email account.
  2. Top right of the screen, click Settings.
  3. Settings > Preferences > Composing Messages
  4. Under Main Options, look for When replying.
  5. Click the drop-down and choose Do not quote the original message.

Why Do The Passwords Need To Be So Strong?

The answer is of course security. Remember, this auto group is not Apple, Google, Yahoo, etc. The auto group doesn't employee teams of people dedicated to monitoring just email programs. We are a simple operation and do not have the resources. These secure passwords keep us from being hacked by bots and keep our email addresses safe from spam abuse.

When I refer to spam, I'm not referring to garbage messages you may receive. I'm referring to specialized robot programs that travel the internet searching for mail systems and then attempt to hack their way into the server to utilize the system so that they can send spam from our system's highly reputable IP address. After all, we do not want our website and email IP blacklisted.