Keep Job Mail at your fingertips…
1. Make Job Mail your home page in your internet browser
If you are using Internet Explorer 9, go to www.jobmail.co.za or the Recruiter’s login page www.jobmail.co.za/employer-home and “right-click” on the “Home” button at the top right of your screen where you will be given the option to “Add or change home page”. Click on it and in the popup you will be able to set Job Mail as your homepage. If you are using an older version of Internet Explorer or any other internet browser, have a look at this article for a detailed explanation on how to set up your homepage in your particular one.
2. Create a Job Mail Shortcut on Your Desktop
Very simply open www.jobmail.co.za, in the internet browser of your choice, minimise the page, and drag and drop the page URL onto your desktop.
3. Add Job Mail to your “Favourites” or “Bookmarks”
In Internet Explorer:
Open https://www.jobmail.co.za in your browser. Right click anywhere on the page, select “Add to Favorites” and simply click on “Add” in the next appearing box. To access your favourites, click on the “Favourites” button at the top left of your browser.
In Firefox: Right click anywhere on the Job Mail page, select “Bookmark this page” and simply click on “Done” in the next appearing box. To access your bookmarks, click on the “Display your bookmarks” button at the top right of your browser.
In Chrome: Open https://www.jobmail.co.za in your browser. Click on the “Bookmark this page” star at the top right of your browser, select the folder to save it in and select “Done”. To access your bookmarks, right click anywhere on the page and select “Bookmark manager”.
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We hope this was useful info to make your Job Mail experience a great and efficient one! If you are having difficulty with any of these steps and require some assistance, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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