www.corrlinks.com Mobile

There is a version of the Corrlinks website that is designed for mobile browsers. As we all know, mobile browsers face certain limitations: especially with respect to space for display of elements. This is why progressive webmasters endeavor to create mobile-friendly versions of their websites. The folks behind the Corrlinks prison email system have not been left behind in that respect: as they have put together a version of Corrlinks.com for mobile browsers: the one that we are making reference to here.

Accessing www.corrlinks.com on a mobile device

You access Corrlinks.com on a mobile device just the way you would access it on a desktop computer or on a laptop. So what you do is launch the mobile device’s browser, then go to the address bar or the space provided for entry of URLs, and enter www.corrlinks.com. The site will, by itself, detect that you are accessing it on a mobile device, using a mobile browser. And once it does that, aware of the limitations associated with mobile browsers, it will serve you with the mobile browser-friendly version of the website, through m.corrlinks.com.

The homepage for m.corrlinks.com, just like the homepage for desktop browsers (at www.corrlinks.com) is essentially the login page. But you will notice that with m.corrlinks.com, certain elements that are available on the homepage for desktop browsers are omitted. You will notice that m.corrlinks.com is stripped down to the bare essentials, in keeping with what is expected of a mobile version of a webpage.

How www.corrlinks.com for mobile works

The Corrlinks.com version for mobile devices works just like the Corrlinks version for desktop computers and laptops. It is just that the elements on the pages are adjusted, to cope with the space limitations on mobile browsers. You also note that elements deemed to be non-essential (strictly speaking) are omitted from the various pages. But in terms of functionality for things like reading messages, composing messages and sending messages, m.corrlinks.com works just like www.corrlinks.com.

Two alternatives for using www.corrlinks.com on a smart-phone

We can’t conclude our discussion on Corrlinks Mobile without saying something about the two alternatives for using Corrlinks.com on a smart-phone. The first one is the option we have been discussing so far: the option of accessing Corrlinks using the mobile browser provided on the smart-phone.  The other alternative is that of using either the Corrlinks Android app or the Corrlinks iPhone app (which is based on the iOS platform). To use either of these apps, you only need to upgrade your membership, from free Corrlinks membership to the Premier Corrlinks membership, at a very modest fee. Then you will be able to use the apps. With the apps, you will find many tasks that were cumbersome for you to perform when you were using the browsers being much more convenient to perform. In a nutshell, the apps can enhance your Corrlinks user experience greatly.

Corrlinks Email Login

You have to be logged into Corrlinks, for you to either send or receive emails through the prison email system. Logging into Corrlinks.com is just like logging into any other site, as we will see shortly.

How to access the www.corrlinks.com login page

The Corrlinks homepage also serves as the login page. You will notice that when you enter the website address for Corrlinks’ homepage (www.corrlinks.com), you are automatically redirected to what is essentially the login page, at https://www.corrlinks.com/Login.aspx. So, to access the Corrlinks.com login page, you only need to enter ‘Corrlinks.com’ into your browser’s address bar. The page you will land on is actually also the login page. On the left hand side of that page, there are spaces for you enter your email address and your password, as well as a ‘Login’ button. Even if you are using a mobile browser, and you enter m.corrlinks.com, the first page you land on is still the login page.

www.corrlinks.com login credentials

As alluded to above, the required www.corrlinks.com login credentials are your email address and your password. The email address in question here naturally has to be the one you provided when you were signing up with Corrlinks. The password has to be the one that you set up when you were registering with Corrlinks.

www.corrlinks.com login procedure

The Corrlinks login procedure involves entering your email address and your password, and then clicking on the ‘Login’ button which is provided below the space for password entry. Instead of clicking on the ‘login’ button, you can just enter the email address and the password, and then hit the ‘enter’ key on your keyboard, and the effect will be the same. So long as you entered the right email address and password combination, you will be taken straight to your Corrlinks account. Once there, you can check the inbox for new/old messages, compose and send messages to inmates, add funds to your account… and undertake the whole range of account management tasks.

How to recover www.corrlinks.com password

Should it happen that you have forgotten your Corrlinks password, there is opportunity for you to recover it. Below the space for password and just above the login button, you will notice a blue link labeled ‘Forgot your password?’ Click on it, and you will be taken to https://www.corrlinks.com/ForgotPassword.aspx. That is a page where you can initiate the process of resetting the password, by entering your email address and a captcha code. You just have to prove that the Corrlinks.com account you are trying to reset a password for is yours, before you can be allowed to carry out that particular operation.

CorrLinks Inmate Email

www.corrlinks.com is the site where you can communicate in a speedy, secure and convenient manner via email with people who are in prison. Whether you are looking to communicate with incarcerated friends, incarcerated relatives or other acquaintances that are in prison, Corrlinks.com makes it possible for you to do so in a hassle-free manner.

How www.corrlinks.com works

Because Corrlinks is designated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons as the official email system for inmates to communicate with the outside world, it enjoys certain advantages over other prison email systems. For one, emails send through Corrlinks are read directly on prison computers, rather than having to be printed and given to inmates as printouts. Of course, inmates who prefer the printouts can still have the same — at a modest fee. With the other non-official (commercial) prison email systems, all received emails are printed out, and the inmates handed the printouts.

When it comes to sending emails, again, inmates are allowed access to prison computers, on which they can send emails directly through Corrlinks. Thus, in a nutshell, www.corrlinks.com makes REAL email communication possible for prison inmates.

Corrlinks has the feel and look of a typical email system. It has functionality for composing and sending emails. It has inbox functionality and other features you’d expect in normal email. Still, there are some notable differences. Corrlinks email messages can’t carry attachments. Corrlinks email messages are limited to 13,000 characters (not 13,000 words). Through Corrlinks, inmates can only communicate with people who approve their requests for communication. And, needless to say, messages send and received through Corrlinks are subjected to some level of monitoring.

Getting started with www.corrlinks.com

The most straightforward way to get started is where you give your email address to the people who are in prison, and whom you want to be communicating with via email through Corrlinks. They will then need to go to Corrlinks, and initiate a request to communicate with you. This request will come to you via email: where, in some cases, it may end up in your spam folder. Once you set up a Corrlinks account and approve the request (by entering the identification code which comes with the invitation email), you can soon thereafter start communicating with those specific inmates via Corrlinks.

Alternatively, you can just register for a Corrlinks account, and then add inmates (if you know their prison numbers), setting in motion an approval process that will culminate in you being able to communicate with them through the system.

www.corrlinks.com also allows you to block requests from inmates you don’t want to get into communication with.

www.corrlinks.com Registration

The Corrlinks registration page is https://www.corrlinks.com/SignUp.aspx. That is where you sign up for the Corrlinks prison email service. The required sign up details are your names, your email address and a password (which, naturally, you select/set yourself). At registration time, you can also enter the identification code in case you are signing up following an invitation. You then need to read the terms and conditions, and agree to abide by them. You also need to be over 18 years of age, to register with Corrlinks.com.

Once you have an account, and you receive a request to communicate from an inmate, you can approve it to initiate actual email correspondence between you and that particular inmate.

www.corrlinks.com Login

To log into www.corrlinks.com, you only need to enter your email address and your password in the respective spaces, and then click on the ‘Login’ button. The Corrlinks login functionality is available right on the homepage, at www.corrlinks.com – and you therefore don’t have to transition to any other page to log in.

www.corrlinks.com Mobile

If you are using a mobile device, you can access a version of the www.corrlinks.com website that is designed for mobile browsers, at m.corrlinks.com. This takes you to a stripped down login page. Actually, the Corrlinks website is able to detect if you are using a mobile device by itself. If it detects that you are using a mobile device, then it automatically takes you to m.corrlinks.com (even after you enter www.corrlinks.com). Worth mentioning is the fact that there are also some Corrlinks apps for the iPhone and the Android platforms, which you can use once you sign up and upgrade to a Premier Corrlinks.com account. The Premier Corrlinks account costs just a few dollars, and it gives you much more convenience – including that of using the Corrlinks apps.