Among the different features offered in iCloud, iCLoud email is one of the service that enables the Apple device users to send and receive mails easily. Any users having an Apple ID can use this service. An Apple ID itself is used as iCloud email account. You are facilitated with the email storage capacity of 5 GB with each account. You can use your any IOS devices or Mac or Computer to check emails in your icloud account at any time from any place. The simple steps to check your emails from all the other devices are briefly explained here:-
How To Check iCloud Email Via Computer
- Open your computer and then look which web browsers are available over there. Open any of it as you wish.
- Now go to icloud.com.
- Provide your Apple ID and Password to sign in.
- After logging in, you will be able to view the different icons of the features available in icloud. Click on the “Mail” icon.
- Check your inbox.
Check icloud email from iPhone, iPod touch or iPad
Any messages or mails that you receive in your icloud mail is automatically updated to your inbox as soon as it is received. The messages that you get are made available in the Mail window. Following is the instruction provided for you to check the new mails and messages:-
- Open iCloud mail in your device.
- Then click on Inbox.
- Click on the message provided in the message list to read the specific email message. (Note: Double clicking on the message will open it in the new window).
Note: Remember that you can only use the icloud email service in our device only after it is enabled.
So follow these steps to turn on the Mail service in your Apple devices :
- Steps to set up icloud mail on Mac device
- Open the Apple menu from your Mac.
- Click on System Preferences.
- Then open iCloud.
- At last click on Mail.
- Steps to set up icloud mail on iPhone, iPod touch or iPad
- Open the “Setting” menu from your IOS device.
- Tap on “iCloud” option.
- Now you can turn on Mail from here.
After setting up you are ready to use the mail service in iCloud. With your icloud account you are ready to send and receive mails to different email addresses.