About the Oracle Web Access client
The Oracle Web Access client is a browser-based application that looks and performs like a desktop application. It provides access to various features of Oracle Collaboration Suite, including the following:
- E-mail with support for HTML text editing
- Personal and shared Address Books with Corporate Directory (Global Address Book) integration and support for shared contacts
- TimeBar view of calendar appointments and reminders, with direct access to the Oracle Calendar Web client for creating and editing meetings
The Oracle Web Access client supports standard Web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla, and Mozilla Firefox. Your personal preferences are stored on the server so you can access your mail wherever and whenever you want, through a secure, familiar interface on the supported browser of your choice. Work with and manage your information using drag-and-drop features, cascading menus, context menus, and resizable panes.
To learn about the Oracle Web Access client interface and how to work with e-mail, contacts, and calendar information using the Oracle Web Access client, see the Oracle Web Access client online help.
For information about the Oracle Web Access client not described in the online help (for instance, how to connect to the Oracle Web Access client and which browsers are supported), click the subtopics in the table of contents on the left.
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