I recently discovered MyEmail.com, which allows you to check your emails from webmail providers like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL, and others from anywhere in the world for free using POP3 and IMAP protocols with popular email clients like Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook, and Mac Mail.
MyEmail’s system is entirely web-based, which means you can check your email address from any computer or mobile device connected to the internet, which means it doesn’t matter if you’re checking mail on a PC, Mac, Android, or iOS device; as long as you’re connected to the internet and have a fully functional web browser on your device, you’re good to go!
A free email address, picture album, calendar, and file storage are all included with the creation of an account at MyEmail.com, which also offers a free email service. However, as of the time of this writing, the registration page produces a “404 Not Found” message, indicating that it is presently unavailable and could not be located on the website’s server. Therefore, for the time being, I advise sticking to utilising the service only to check your emails from other email providers from locations such as your workplace, home, or place of study.
- The procedures listed below will let you access your account so you may check your emails:
How to Log Into MyEmail.com
- To check your mail, go to http://myemail.com.
- On the centre right side of the page, in the “Email Address” area, enter your email address.
- In the “Password” area, enter your password.
- The “Check Email” button should be clicked.
After logging in to your free MyEmail account or an existing POP3/IMAP email account, you’ll be able to store pictures, files, documents, and more, as well as take advantage of all the other powerful features that the service provides, such as creating and organising your photo albums, calendars, and address book, using the spell check feature to write better messages, and quickly finding old messages that you need right now.