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iPad™ For Seniors For Dummies® by Nancy Muir

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Chapter 6. Working with E-Mail in Mail

Get ready to . . .

  • Working with E-Mail in Mail
  • Working with E-Mail in Mail
  • Working with E-Mail in Mail
  • Working with E-Mail in Mail
  • Working with E-Mail in Mail
  • Working with E-Mail in Mail
  • Working with E-Mail in Mail
  • Working with E-Mail in Mail

Staying in touch with others through an e-mail account is a great way to use your iPad. You can access an existing account using the handy Mail app supplied with your iPad, or, if the mail service has a Web-based interface, you can sign in using the Safari browser. Using Mail involves adding an e-mail account. Then you can use Mail to write, retrieve, and forward messages.

Mail offers a small set of folders for organizing your messages and a handy search feature. In this chapter, you learn all about Mail and its various features.

Add a Gmail, Yahoo!, or AOL Account

  1. You can add one or more e-mail accounts using iPad Settings. If you have a Gmail, ...

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