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How to access your e-mail with Yahoo! Mail

Yahoo! allows it's customers to send and receive emails from their Yahoo! email accounts. Doing this the POP3 protocol, meaning that by default the emails are removed from your Bluehost email account.

If you do not have a Bluehost account, you can sign up here. This will allow you to pick your own custom domain name and create as many email addresses as you would like (i.e. yourname@yourdomain.com).
  1. Login to your Yahoo! email account.
  2. Open the Security section, locted under the Settings cog.
    Yahoo Settings Cog
  3. From the left-hand side click, Security
    Yahoo Security Section
  4. Tick the box to "Always use SSL"
    Always use SSL option
  5. Now go back to Accounts
    Yahoo Accounts Section
  6. CLick the Add button, to the right of Accounts
    Click the Add button to add an additional account></figure></li>
        
        		<li>Enter your Bluehost <strong>Email Address</strong></li>
        
        		<li>Add a <strong>Description</strong>, e.g. My Example Email Account
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  7. Check the "Set up to Receive emails" box.

    If you are unable to check this box you will need to ensure you have set your account to "Always use SSL" in the Security section of your Yahoo! settings.

  8. Enter the settings for your Bluehost email account.
    Enter your Email accounts settings
  9. Sending Name: Enter your name as it will appear on any sent email
  10. Username: Your full email address
  11. Password: Enter the password for the email account on your Bluehost hosting service.
  12. Reply-to address: Enter your email address
  13. Deliver email to: Choose which folder you would your like your emails delivered to
  14. POP Server: Enter your domain name with the mail subdomain. eg. mail.example.com
  15. Leave the default port of 995
  16. Choose to leave your email on the server or not.

    If you plan on managing your Bluehost email account in your Yahoo! account; then it is recommended that you not leave the emails on your Bluehost server.

  17. Click Save.

At this point Yahoo! will require that you verify this email account. You should see a note stating the following:

"Check jsmith@example.com for a confirmation mail from Yahoo! Member Services. Click the link in the email to enable sending mails from this account. If you don't see a confirmation email, try resending it."

To verify your account

Video "How-to" Tutorial 169,169 views bookmark tags: email mail redirect yahoo (updated 184 days ago)


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