Published On: Mon, Apr 23rd, 2012

How to setup and send email on iPad 3

Setting up and sending an email on iPad 3 is simple and easy like in any other tablet PC, notebook or desktop computer. There are no technical procedures involved that requires you to have an expert help every time you drop an email to desired ID.

Setting up and sending email through iPad 3

Step 1.

Tap “settings” on your new iPad home screen. Select “Mail” and then tap “Add Accounts”. There you will see list of all email account providers, such as

Microsoft Exchange

MobileMe

Gmail

Yahoo

AOL

Other (it gives option to use email service other than listed here)

Select the most suitable one for you. For more options you will have to search web and use their services.

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Step 2.

Fill out required information in all fields. Choose an appropriate ID for iPad email account. Tap “Save”. You are done with account setting up.

Step 3.

Tap Email icon once at the top of iPad. You can easily recognize the email icon that is clearly visible at the home screen.

Step 4.

Enter email address of the recipient in the “To” field. Alternately, you can tap “+” icon to add an ID from contact list. Enter subject and content into relevant fields. Attach files if needed. Tap “send” when everything is done.

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Review email text

You can have a look at all information to make sure it is absolutely correct. Sending an email to more than one recipient at a time is also possible. Moreover, you can insert objects, smileys, symbols and signature into the text.

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  1. Kay Latona says:

    2 different email searches:

    I’d like to know how to search my iPad 3 gmail.

    Although it is easy to search the inbox on my ipad 3 iCloud email, I’d like to know how to search email that has already been read.

    Thanks for any help you can give me.

    KL

  2. haroon says:

    i need yahoo mail

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