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  2. iCloud Mail Email Service Review - Lifewire

    www.lifewire.com/icloud-mail-review-1172292

    iCloud Mail on the Web . To access iCloud Mail on the web, go to iCloud.com in any browser and log in with your Apple ID. From the online iCloud Mail interface, you can compose emails using rich formatting, send file attachments using Mail Drop, and manage your messages. You can also create up to three email aliases to use as alternate identities.

  3. To use a custom domain with iCloud Mail, you need: An Apple ID with two-factor authentication turned on. iCloud Mail set up on your devices. To add a personalized email address for a custom domain that you use with iCloud Mail: That email address can't be used as the email address for a different Apple ID.

  4. Set up a custom email domain for iCloud Mail on all your ...

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    If you’re using iOS 16, tap Custom Email Domain, then follow the onscreen instructions. Otherwise, tap iCloud Mail, tap Custom Email Domain, then follow the onscreen instructions. For more information on how to add a custom email domain to iCloud Mail or create new email addresses, see any of the following:

  5. How to Create an iCloud Email - Lifewire

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    This article describes how to set up a free iCloud email account on any Apple device. This allows you to sign in to an Apple account with your Apple ID and gives you access to iTunes, Apple Podcasts, the Apple App Store, iCloud, iMessage, and FaceTime.

  6. How to Create iCloud Email on PC or Mac (with Pictures ...

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    Step-by-step guide to set up an iCloud EmailThis wikiHow teaches you how to create a free iCloud.com email address on a Mac or PC. If you're using Windows, you'll need access to an iPhone or iPad to set up your iCloud email. Click the...

  7. iCloud

    www.icloud.com

    Sign in to iCloud to access your photos, videos, documents, notes, contacts, and more. Use your Apple ID or create a new account to start using Apple services.