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How to Add Email Accounts to Apple Mail App on Mac

Oyetoke Tobi - Saturday, June 25, 2016

Did you know that the Apple's native Mail app can support multiple email accounts? Wouldn't it be nice if you have all your email accounts on one Mail app. Of course it would be nice and wonderful!

This is similar to the Mail App on Windows 10 whereby you can also add different email accounts. 

The Apple's native Mail app support a variety of multiple email accounts, and it's easy to add another. With this, you can easily navigate through all your email accounts. And this will save you some few clicks when logging to your accounts through the web browser. This way, you can keep your home, work and extra email accounts all under the same digital roof.

The Apple Mail supports email accounts from Apple's iCloud, Microsoft's Exchange, Google's Gmail, Yahoo! and AOL, plus others that makes use of POP3 or IMAP technologies. Here's how to add an account to Apple Mail.

So here's how to add your email account to the Apple native Mail app.

Open the Mail app by clicking on Mail at the Menu bar.



Then click on Add Account...



Then select an email service you would like to add.



Then click on Continue.



So enter your email address in the available text field and click on Next.



Then enter your password and click on Next.



Now click on the checkbox next to Contacts, to uncheck it. This makes it easier to send emails. Then click on done.



That's all, you've added an email address to the Apple Mail app.



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