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How to Access Email

Three Methods:

Email is one of the most common and efficient means of communication, and learning how to open it should be the first thing one should know before going about sending and receiving mails. Accessing email accounts is very easy and quite simple regardless of the kind of application or device you’re using.

Steps

Accessing Email on the Web

  1. Go to your email service provider.Open a new tab on your web browser and go to the address of your email service provider. Email accounts accessed online are called “webmails.” This is the most commonly used kind of email because it’s free and almost anyone can use it.
    • Popular email service providers include Google (Gmail), Yahoo (Yahoo Mail), AOL (AIM) and Microsoft (Outlook).
    • To find out the web address of your webmail, you may ask people you know who uses the same email service, contact the customer service department of the email provider you’re using, or just search for it.
  2. Type in your username and password.Once you’ve opened the web address of your email provider, you should be able to see a login page. Enter your email account’s credentials (username and password) on the text fields provided.
    • All providers uses the same format of login pages for accessing webmail accounts, so it shouldn't be confusing when you’re switching from one webmail account to another.
  3. Click the “Log In” or “Sign In” button to continue.You should now be able to access your email’s inbox.

Accessing Email Using Email Client Applications

  1. Download an email client application.These kinds of programs lets you access your email accounts without having to log into any websites. It also downloads your messages and contact information locally on your computer so you can access it even while offline.
    • Common email client applications include Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Lotus Notes, and Apple’s Mail app.
    • These applications normally come with either your computer (Mail app) or with the office suite package you’re using on your PC (MS Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird). On the other hand, if you don’t have any of these applications yet, you can download it over the Internet and install it on your computer. There are several websites available on the net where you can get these programs.
  2. Click on its desktop icon after installation to open it.During the first launch, you’ll be asked to enter your email account information. These details include your email username and password. Supply this information on the text fields provided to set up your email account on the client application.
    • You’ll also be asked to input your email account’s POP3, SMTP, and port settings. You may contact your email service provider or your firm’s IT personnel (if you’re setting up a company email) to acquire these particular settings.
  3. Save the settings.After providing all the necessary information, save the settings you’ve entered to finalize and complete the setup.
  4. Wait for the email client application to sync.The program will start downloading all your messages and contact information from the server and saving it locally on your computer. This may take a few moments depending on the number of messages you have on your account.
    • After syncing, your inbox will contain all the messages you have. From here on, you can access your email account’s inbox, and send and receive messages using the email client software.

Accessing Email on Your Mobile Device

  1. Open your device’s email app.Gadgets like tablets and phones already have a preinstalled application you can use to access your email. These apps are very similar to how email client applications for desktop PCs work. Just tap the native email app from your device’s app screen to launch it.
  2. Set up your email account for access using your device’s native mail app.During the first launch, you’ll be asked to enter your email account information. These details include your email username and password. Supply this information on the text fields provided to set up your email account on the client application.
    • You’ll also be asked to input your email account’s POP3, SMTP, and port settings. You may contact your email service provider or your firm’s IT personnel (if you’re setting up a company email) to acquire these particular settings.
  3. Save the settings.After providing all the necessary information, save the settings you've entered to finalize and complete the setup.
  4. Wait for the email client application to sync.The program will start downloading all your messages and contact information from the server and saving it locally on your mobile device. This may take a few moments depending on the number of messages you have on your account.
    • After syncing, your inbox will show containing all the messages you have. From here on, you can access your email account’s inbox, and send and receive messages using your gadget’s native mail app.

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    How do I open email on a new phone?
    adolf hungriano
    Community Answer
    First, you must have an email app installed on your phone. if you have one, open the app and sign in with your email address (make sure you have good internet connection). Wait until emails load on your phone, scroll on your phone and select the email.
    Thanks!
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