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.
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With Mail on iCloud.com, you can send and receive email from your iCloud Mail account using a web browser. If you have iCloud+, you can also send and receive email from a custom email domain (not available in all countries or regions). Before you can use Mail on iCloud.com, you need to set up an iCloud Mail address on your Apple device.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Apple ID, then click iCloud. If you want to send and receive iCloud Mail on your Mac, select Mail. If you want to keep Mail settings up to date across your devices, turn on iCloud Drive, then click Options and select Mail. The following settings stay up to date:
In Mail on iCloud.com, click at the top of the Mailboxes list, then choose Preferences. In the General tab, select “Load remote content in messages,” then click Done. When “Load remote content in messages” isn’t selected, you need to click “Load remote content” at the top of a message to view the images.
On a Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences > select iCloud > select Mail, then follow the onscreen instructions. After you set up your @icloud.com email address, you can use it to sign in to iCloud and add your account to Outlook. You can also sign in using the Apple ID you used to create your iCloud account. Two-step verification
Tap Settings > [your name] > iCloud and turn on Mail. Make sure that new data is pushed to your device automatically. In iOS 14 or later, tap Settings > Mail > Accounts > Fetch New Data, then turn on Push. In iOS 13 or earlier, tap Settings > Passwords & Accounts > Fetch New Data, then turn on Push.
Sign in and use iCloud.com You can use iCloud from anywhere by signing in to iCloud.com using a web browser recommended in the Apple Support article System requirements for iCloud. Sign in to iCloud.com Go to iCloud.com, then sign in with your Apple ID.
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. Collaborate with Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and Notes.
To obtain an app password for your iCloud email account, use the following steps: Go to the Apple ID website from your browser and enter your Apple ID and password. If you've already turned on two-factor authentication, you'll receive a code on one of your devices. Enter this code to continue. Otherwise, turn on two-factor authentication.