Accessing Your Mailbox-IMAP4 vs POP3

Most email providers allow you to access your email using several email protocols. The most commonly used protocols are POP3 and IMAP4. Understanding how these protocols access your mailbox is an important step in managing your email.

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Managing Multiple Email Accounts and Devices

Because we use email for many different purposes we often have to deal with multiple email accounts, addresses and devices e,g laptops,smart phones etc. For example, you may have a work email account, and also a private email account that you need to access. You might also need to access

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How to Use Gmail to Consolidate Email From Multiple Accounts

A useful feature of Google Gmail is the ability to access other mailboxes. This means that you can: Use Gmail to access a mailbox that doesn’t support webmail access. Useful if you require remote access (e.g. when on holiday). Import email from another email account into Gmail. Use Gmail to

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How to Create a New Yahoo Email Account

Yahoo provide free and popular basic email services. If you want to create a new yahoo email account go to the Yahoo mail homepage at mail.yahoo.com. If you are outside the USA you should automatically be redirected to a local Yahoo site. e.g. uk.Yahoo.com for Yahoo -UK and de.Yahoo.com for

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Access Email Using Multiple Clients and Locations

Today most of us have multiple devices like computers laptops, tablets and smart phones, and we want access to our email on all of those devices and from different locations. The good news is that provided you pick the right access method it is very easy access your email from

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How to Create Your Own Email Address

Today having a personal email address is essential. Buying something online, booking a flight, even paying car tax all require an email address. But where do you get an email address ? and how do you make one? For personal email most people will choose to create a free account

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