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Webmail is a type of email that allows you to access your
messages on any computer with a browser and Internet connection.
Webmail has its advantages over email clients (such as
Outlook) in that it allows remote access to your account.
It also is convenient because it does not require extra
software to be installed on your computer. It takes a couple of moments to log
in to your webmail account.
Open a browser.
Go to your email service login page.
For example, If you have a Yahoo! account, go
, if you have a Gmail
account, go to http://mail.google.com/
and if you
have a AOL account, go to http://webmail.aol.com.
Contact your Internet service provider if
you're not sure of your Webmail login page.
Type your user name and password in the fields
provided on the page.
Click the "Go" or "Sign
You will be taken to your
email account where you can manage your messages.also
Accessing your webmail account in one of the available ways
is simple and should only take a few minutes to set up.
Use a web browser like Internet Explorer,
Safari or Firefox to go to your webmail site.
Sign in to your account where you can read,
send, archive and delete messages, among other functions.
This is the simplest way of accessing a
webmail account and is the way most free web-based email was accessed in the
This method is useful if you are away from
your normal computer and need to check your messages.
Configure a desktop email program like
Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail or Mozilla Thunderbird to access your Hotmail
Using a system known as POP3, desktop email
software can access your webmail account and deliver email directly to your
You can use these programs for all the
standard features of your webmail service.
See Below for details of how to configure your
Hotmail and Gmail with desktop email software.
Visit your provider's website for configuration
information specific to the provider.
Configure a mobile device with Internet
capability to access your webmail.
See Below for how to configure Hotmail and
Gmail accounts for your cell phone or PDA or visit your provider's website for
information regarding your particular provider.
Most major webmail
providers have free access for portable devices.