Open Outlook and go to “File.” Select “Add Account” and type the email address you want to add. Press “Connect.” Enter the account’s password.
If you use your iCloud mail account with an email service other than Apple Mail or iCloud, change your password in the other email account, too. If you save your Apple ID on a mobile device, set up two-factor authentication (2FA) for additional security.
iCloud automatically keeps apps — including Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Reminders, Safari, and some of your favorite apps from the App Store — updated across all your devices. So when you add a new phone number, bookmark a website, or update a slide in a presentation, the change appears everywhere.
Slide the switch next to Mail left. It will turn white. Doing this removes your selected email account's information from the Mail app, essentially signing you out of that account. You can also tap Delete Account at the bottom of any email account's page (except iCloud) to completely remove the account from your Mail app.
If you're running iOS 15, iPadOS 15, or macOS Monterey (10.12), you have another option to access your iCloud if you lose the login information. An account recovery contact lets you designate a trusted contact who will confirm who you are to let you get into your settings.
Alternatively, you can go to www.icloud.com and click the “Mail” option. If you don’t see the Mail option here, it means that you haven’t set up an iCloud email address with your Apple ID. To do this, you’ll have to set up iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. And that’s it. You will now see your iCloud Mail inbox on the web.
Learn which iCloud.com features are available on your device. Use Sign in with Apple on third-party apps and websites If you see a Sign in with Apple button on a participating third-party app or website, you can use your existing Apple ID to quickly set up an account and sign in. Learn how to use Sign in with Apple .
Tap iCloud > Hide My Email. You'll see a list of all the addresses you've created with the labels you input. You'll see a list of all the addresses you've created with the labels you input. 3.
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.
iCloud Drive is iCloud's file hosting service, that syncs files across devices running iOS 8, OS X Yosemite (version 10.10), or Windows 7 or later, plus online web app access via iCloud.com. Users can store any kind of file (including photos, videos, documents, music, and other apps' data) in iCloud Drive and access it on any Mac, iPad, iPhone ...