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You should be able to forward the email to whatever new email account she is using even if it is not her account. You need to know her her old and the new email address. Just where that is in a menu depends upon whether it is Outlook email, Yahoo email, Google Gmail, or whatever email services she is using. You just need to be sure you send it to her new email address and not all of her contacts. You will clearly see who it is going to in the TO: field.
But If she uses a Yahoo account you do not have to send anything. She can log into her email just by supplying her user name and password. Her mail is not on her computer but on a server on the internet. That is true if she uses gmail or hotmail.
If you Google "How to forward Yahoo email" (replacing Yahoo with whatever service she is using), you should get simple instructions of how to do the procedure.
You can obviously forward your emails to the other account; all you have to do is enabling of the forwarding message settings in your account. All you have to do is "click on settings":
If you are using gmail you will see "forwarding imap/pop or forwarding tab"; click on it you will have to enter the yahoo email address on which you want to forward the mails and then a verification code link will be sent to that email by clicking on which you will be able to forward the mails to yahoo.
If its outlook, you have to go for the "email forwarding tab" and enter the yahoo mail address on which you have to forward your mails and then a verification code link will be sent to that email by clicking on which you will be able to forward the mails to yahoo.
You also can set up filters
to forward messages that meet specific criteria. You can create 20
filters that forward to other addresses and can also maximize your filtered
forwarding by combining filters that send to the same address.
You will need adjust the mail application's POP settings to get your Yahoo! Mail messages into it.
POP access is a service for owners of one of the following:
Yahoo! Mail Pop Access & Forwarding Yahoo! Mail Plus Premium Services
A Broadband account
A Small Business account
Please note that access to IMAP servers is not available.
To use an email client or application to send and receive Yahoo! Mail
messages, you may need to designate a new incoming (POP) mail server and
a new outgoing (SMTP) mail server. Consult your owner's manual for
instructions on designating servers in the email application.
If you can't add new POP or SMTP servers, you will need to change your current server settings.
Before you make any changes, write down your current settings. You might
need to revert to your original settings later if you decide to send
and receive messages from your other email addresses.
The following steps will help you find the POP settings for your Yahoo! Mail account and configure it:
Log onto your Yahoo! Mail account from a PC.
Click Options > Mail Options.
Click POP & Forwarding.
Click Set up or edit POP & Forwarding.
Click POP Settings.
Note your Server Setting information. Your phone email client or application will ask for these settings:
Incoming Mail Server (POP3)- for example, pop.mail.yahoo.com.
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)- for example, smtp.mail.yahoo.com.
Account Name/Username, your Yahoo! Member ID- for example, myuserID.
Email address, your Yahoo! Mail address- for example, myuserID@yahoo.com.
Password, your Yahoo! Mail password- for example, l0ngitudin*l
POP server settings may change from time to time and you should confirm
the current POP server settings in Yahoo! Mail if it is not working.
When using Microsoft Outlook, replace the "@" in your address with "%".
As an alternative to configuring Yahoo! Mail POP mail configurations, go to:
login with your email on yahoo then go to option then select more option then select pop and forwarding from your left side under back to mail then click on setup or edit POP & Forwarding then a new window will appear POP access & forwarding then check on forwarding and enter your wife email address there or anyone you want to forward your mail copy to after enter your desired email address click on save and close the page,, now every new mail come on both email address
What you would like to say is to forward the e-mail that you received into another person, right? Here's what you need to do:
1. Access your yahoo email.
2. Open the message that you would like to forward
3. Click the forward button and type the email address of the person that you would like to receive the message.
4. Then click Send
Dear Sir, First you will have to sure that you have received the mail through the comcast address...then if you go for reply or forward the same email address will pop up....Means on the basis of receiving address the mail address comes to forward/reply.....Another option you can use Just from Homepage after log in ...Click Options>Mail Options. than another page will open for account setting....Just click Mail mail options page will open....>From Management Coloumn Click Mail Addresses, there will be showing your email addresses those you listed to send and receive the mails from sender.Use the Add/Edit option to set your desired address to use as default email address ..Good Luck
Your Yahoo Mail (on the account which is supposed to receive the message first) has its mail forwarding option enabled. Go to Yahoo Mail, find its options page, and look for forwarding or redirection or similar and disable it.