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If you have already created your email account and just want to know how to access it, follow the steps below:
1. Open a web browser and type in the address bar the URL of your respective email service provider.
2. Enter your credentials like username and password and click login/ sign-in button.
3. You will be redirected to your email account.
If you wish to create a new email account, go to the URL of your respective email service provider and click sign-up button or similar option to create a new account.
To check your emails, you can follow the steps below:
1. Open a web browser, go to the address bar, and type in the URL of your email service provider.
2. Enter the login credentials like your email ID/username and password.
3. Click 'Sign-in' or similar option that you have on the page.
4. Once you are redirected to your email account, go to 'Inbox' folder to view your emails.
1. Open a web browser (examples: Firefox, Internet Explorer). Be certain it is NOT maximized! (in other words, make sure you can still see an open spot on your desktop).
2. Click in the URL window, type "google", then press CTRL + ENTER.
3. (Notice the tiny lock icon in the left-most position of the URL window). Left-click on the lock icon & Hold the left-click mouse button down.
4. Drag & drop the link onto your desktop.
5. It will automatically be created and renamed to GMail.
note: this will work for creating any shortcut from a web address, not just GMail.
Just a guess... If you've changed from rich text formatting to plain text, that could be the problem. If that's not it, and if your email recipients use Firefox as their web browser with Windows, tell them to select the URL link (highlight the URL text) and then right-click. In the context (pop-up) menu that appears, left-click "Open in a New Tab." This may work in other browsers, too.
You need to have a data plan (internet) with your service provider. If you do, open the browser on your phone and type in the URL m.yahoo.com to
access Yahoo!'s Mobile Web page. Consult your phone's manual for
details about its browser. You might also want to create a bookmark for
m.yahoo.com.The phone's browser will open and
display a page appropriate for your phone. You might be directed to the
a more recent version of the page. I hope this helps and good luck. Please remember to vote below if you found it helpful. Thanks.