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Looking for an email account for iphone7+

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You need to create one by yourself.
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Step 1:- First of all, open the Settings icon from your iPhone menu.

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Step 3:- Now click on the Add Account icon.

Step 4:- After that, you have to be seen the option of various email service providers and then choose Outlook from them.

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