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I want send my sister e-mail to her


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.

For example: http://email.about.com/od/yahoomailtip1/qt/How_to_Forward_Yahoo_Mail_to_Another_Email_Address.htm

http://www.wikihow.com/Forward-Yahoo-Mail-to-Gmail

Aug 26, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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I want a new gmail account


Are you trying to create a second Gmail account to use with an existing Gmail Account?

Let's say you have two big uses for Gmail: one you use with friends and family/for fun and one that you use more professionally. It is definitely possible to read mail and send mail from both within one inbox. Here's how:

(Let's call that more personal account your primary account and that professional one your secondary account)

Create that second account
The first step should be to create the secondary account if you haven't already done so. To create a secondary account, go ahead and sign out of your primary account. Click the "create an account" link and get started.

To receive emails from the second account
Next, in order to see emails sent from your secondary to your primary account, you should set up forwarding. Keep in mind that you can also forward emails from your primary to your secondary account should you want all messages from both emails in both inboxes. To set up forwarding:

1. Click the gear in the top right.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
4. Click Add a forwarding address in the "Forwarding" section.
5. Enter the primary email address
6. For your security, we'll send a verification to that email address.
7. Open your primary email account (signing out of the secondary account), and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team.
8. Click the verification link in that email.
9. Back in your secondary account, refresh the page.
10. Select the Forward a copy of incoming mail to option and make sure your new forwarding address is listed in the first drop-down menu.
11. In the second drop-down menu, choose what you want Gmail to do with your messages in that secondary account, such as keep Gmail's copy in the Inbox or archive Gmail's copy.
12. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

Now, you should be able to see emails from both accounts in the same spot.

To send emails from the second account
Last, in order to send out emails from the primary and the secondary account in the same inbox, you should set up the "send mail as" feature. To set up the send mail as feature:
1. Click the gear icon in the top right
2. Select Settings
3. Select the Accounts tab (or Accounts tab, if you're using Google Apps).
4. Under Send mail as, click Add another email address.
5. In the 'Email address' field, enter your name and alternate email address.
6. Choose one of two options:
7. Use Gmail's servers to send your mail (this is easier to set up)
8. Use your other email provider's SMTP servers (we recommend this option for professional mail accounts or domains). Note for Google Apps users: Depending on your domain type, this feature may be disabled by default. Talk to your administrator if you have any questions.

Now, when you're sending an email in your inbox, simply click "from" and choose which email address you'd like to send from.

Dec 07, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How can I check my email?


There are three major ways to receive or "check" for email. Choose the one that works best for your lifestyle:

1. Classic POP or IMAP access

Configure an email application on your PC, phone, or tablet, such as Outlook, Live Mail, Eudora, or Thunderbird, Entourage or Apple Mail. These email programs don't use a browser to peek into an online mailbox (like gMail, Yahoo or Hotmail...that's the next method). Instead they actually retrieve your mail form the incoming mail server by using either POP or IMAP.

This is the "classic" way of receiving mail. But in recent years (as of 2014), the fraction of people using POP or IMAP has dwindled to just 25% or less. Some people prefer this method, because it guarantees that all of my email history is contained on a device that I own and not just on the mail server of a service provider.

2. Webmail Services

You can view and send mail from within your browser by visiting a web portal. This can be a popular free email service, such as gMail or Yahoo, or you could use the webmail feature of an email service that also supports POP and IMAP access, as described above.

Most mail servers, including those offered by your Internet service provider allow both access methods #1 and #2. Typically, the decision boils down to whether you expect to have constant Internet access, or if--instead--you prefer to pull mail into your device whenever you have access, and then have the luxury of working with your mail and attachments even if you are offline.

3. Finally, with most email services, you can simply forward all incoming mail to another delivery service--typically because you prefer the features offered by the final mailbox. For example, you might prefer the webmail interface or the fact that the service allows you to store far more data than the one that issued you the email address.*

For example, if you own your own domain, my_family.com, you needn't learn the nitty gitty of setting up an email server. You can simply forward your incoming mail to a "hidden" address at gMail or with your ISP service. In both cases, you must create an address with the other service, but you needn't give the address to anyone. It is just the "landing spot" for your incoming mail.

If you choose this 3rd method, there are a few things you should know:

a) The "real" mail server (the one that you are forwarding to) will have a process that allows you to send mail that shows the "FROM" address that you prefer. But they may require you to prove that you actually receive mail at that address. Typically this is done by clicking a confirmation link or entering a one-time code into an online form.

b) Sometimes the forwarding server (the one that issued your address), is not simply forwarding, but they are also depositing your email into a mailbox locally. That means that your mail is not only going to the final mailbox at which you receive it, but it is also accumulating into a mailbox that you probably never check. This presents both a security risk (someone may eventually see all of your mail) and the potential to begin returning mail (because the mailbox is full).

When you configure the email forwarding at the first service (the one that issued your email address), look for an option that might be phrased in either one of these ways:

Leave Mail on Server (un-select this option & save settings)
-OR-
Delete Mail after Forwarding (select this option)

This is important, because you are not actually using the mailbox at this service. You only want them to forward mail but not accumulate it.

* c) Incidentally, with method #3, you are simply transferring mail between services. You still must choose whether you prefer to access your mail using method #1 or #2.

~Ellery

Ellery Davies is editor at awildduck.com
He is also an occasional contributor to Fixya

Jul 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How do I forward a text message as an email? When I forward a message to an email address it converts it to a MMS and not an email.


Hello Jon,

To Forward a message Press and hold the message to open the options menu, and then
tap Forward.

For more help you can download user guide from the link provided below :

Download the Full Featured Guide in English

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Apr 14, 2011 | HTC Wildfire Cell Phone

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How do i deactivate my yahoo account and not lose any old emails?


if you have another account with yahoo or anybody else simply forward your mail to your other account the delete/close the current account...while your at it you may as well forward your address book to the same place

Feb 18, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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LaunchEmptyResponse I get this when I am trying to get in my email tthielemier@yahoo.com


There are more than one email account users on the computer. Simply allign the entire message shown on the space area and input your email address in place of the one erased. Then continue with the mail account set up process. A message would continue to show everytime another user of the account types theirs before yours. continue to ease and simply type yours

Dec 03, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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Cannot forward emails using contact list of new yahoo


Hello,

Simply right click on the email and choose Forward

If you are looking at forwarding your incoming email to another email address you can do so by following the instructions on this page.

http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/original/mailplus/forwarding/forwarding-05.html

May 27, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Email mess


It is really simple most developers nowaday bulid-in this function to automate new user registrations. Open up your email in whatever application that you use and either click on the link forwarded to your email address that you have used to register during you visit at the host site or simply copy and paste the link into your browser this will verify your'e address as an existing address upon which the hosting site will normally open up or provide you with the requested service.

Hope this help.

Apr 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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