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Email Setup Tutorials

Instructions to setup few of the most common, free email clients available on the internet

Gmail

To create a Gmail address, you'll first need to create a Google Account. Gmail will redirect you to the Google Account sign-up page. You'll need to provide some basic information like your name, birth date, gender, and location. You will also need to choose a name for your new Gmail address. Once you create an account, you'll be able to start adding contacts and adjusting your mail settings.

  1. Go to www.gmail.com.
  2. Click Create an account.
  3. The sign-up form will appear. Follow the directions and enter the required information, such as your name, birth date, and gender.
  4. Finally, review Google's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, click the check box, and then click Next step.
  5. The Create your profile page will appear. Click Add a photo if you wish to add a photo to your Google+ profile. If you don't want to set a profile photo at this time, click Next step.
  6. Your account will be created, and the Google welcome page will appear.

Yahoo! Mail

To create a Yahoo! Mail account, you will create a Yahoo! account which gives you access to all Yahoo! services like Mail, Fantasy Sports, and Messenger!

  1. Go to the Yahoo Registration page.
  2. Enter your info in the required fields.
  3. Click Create account.
  4. If you entered an optional recovery phone number, to verify your mobile number, click Send SMS (or Call you).
  5. Enter the code and click Submit code.

Live (Microsoft)

A Live.com account gives you access to Email (Outlook), but can also be used for other Microsoft services like Xbox!

  1. Go to https://signup.live.com/signup
  2. Fill out the form with all relevant details.
  3. For "user name", click the link "Or enter a new email address"
  4. Click "Create Account"

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