Setting Up Email Configure it
Essential Apple User Magazine|January 2021
Your iPad can send and receive email but first you must set up your email accounts. This is how to do it whether you’re using an iCloud account, a free web account or one from the company that provides your Internet service.

Set Up iCloud Mail

1 Tap the Settings icon located on the Home screen of your iPad and scroll down on the leftside panel and select the Mail option. From here, tap the Accounts option and then tap the Add Account link to start adding a new account on your iPad.

2 Your Apple ID’s iCloud email is likely already signed in; when you first set up. If you want to add another iCloud email account, tap the iCloud link and enter the Apple ID and password. Tap Next to automatically verify your details.

3 You’re taken to an options screen and asked what apps you want to sync over iCloud. Some apps and features, such as bookmarks, Photos, iCloud Drive, Notes, Backup and Find My iPad aren’t available with secondary accounts.

4 Tap Save and the account is added to your iPad. The new account now has a mailbox set up in the Mail app. If you go to Settings > Mail > Accounts, tap the new account and then tap Account. You can change its name (under Description) here.

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