Area 50 WebMail

Each Area 50 service position holder is issued a private web mail account to send and receive messages pertaining to area business.

Area 50 web mail is hosted by IONOS (by 1&1), the company that has been providing web hosting services to the area since 2008. Web mail accounts are free to the user. They have 2GB storage capacity, an anti-virus and anti-spam filter, and other advanced features (calendar, address book).

IONOS web mail functions much like other web-based email services, such as Gmail, Outlook, or Yahoo Mail. Users can:

  • Send and receive text-based messages
  • Attach documents (.txt, .docx) or image files (.jpg, .png, .gif)
  • Create a custom file hierarchy for archiving messages

For an in-depth tutorial on IONOS web mail functions, log into your web mail account and click on the Online Help icon (question mark):

IONOS help file

Browser Login

  1. In a web browser (Chrome, Firefox, IE Explorer, Safari), go to
  2. In the Email Address field, enter the Area 50 email address issued to you by the Area 50 Web/IT committee
  3. In the Password field, enter the unique password issued to you by the Area 50 Web/IT committee
  4. Click Login


Mobile Apps

Mobile users can now keep track of Area 50 news and information on the go with the 1&1 Mail app for Android and the app for iPhone and iPad. On your mobile device, click on the applicable button below.

1&1 mail app on google play




NOTE: We recommend logging into your Area 50 web mail through a web browser on a standard desktop or laptop computer – Chrome, Firefox, IE Explorer, and Safari (for Mac) – to compose emails, attach and send files, or download files.

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