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iPad All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition by Nancy Muir

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Chapter 7: Working with E-mail in Mail

In This Chapter

check.png Adding a Gmail, Yahoo!, Windows Live Hotmail, or AOL account

check.png Setting up a POP3 e-mail account

check.png Opening Mail and reading messages

check.png Formatting e-mail

check.png Searching e-mail

check.png Deleting an e-mail

check.png Organizing e-mail

What use would an iPad be if you couldn’t stay in touch with your friends online? You can access an existing e-mail account using the handy Mail app supplied with your iPad, or you can sign into your e-mail account using the Safari browser. Using Mail involves adding one or more existing e-mail accounts using iPad Settings. Then you can use Mail to write, format, retrieve, and forward messages from any e-mail accounts you added to iPad.

Mail offers the capability to mark the messages you’ve read, delete messages, and organize your messages ...

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