What is web mail?
To ensure the security and confidentiality of your electronic correspondence, the CMPA encourages members to use web mail. With web mail, you can securely exchange confidential correspondence with the CMPA from wherever you access the Internet.
Any electronic correspondence with the CMPA concerning active cases, medical-legal assistance, questions or requests should be sent via web mail.
To use web mail you will need:
- A user ID (your CMPA membership number) and a password.
- A current personal email address to which we can send notifications.
How does it work?
- To send a web mail message to the CMPA, sign in to the member portal (using your member ID number) and click the web mail link.
- When the CMPA sends a web mail message to you, you will receive a notification in your email inbox.
- This notification will be sent to the email address we have on file for you.
- Click the link in the email notification to view your web mail message.
How to use web mail
Don't have a password or forgot your password?
Obtain or reset a password now (we must have your email address on file). If you need assistance, please contact us.
…and don't forget our regular service
- Web mail is offered in addition to telephone, fax, and regular mail. Telephone service remains the fastest way to obtain urgent advice from a CMPA physician advisor.
- To protect your security, the CMPA does not communicate confidential information with members via regular email.