Add mail account in Windows Mail on Windows Vista
Adding a Windows Mail account on your Windows Vista-based computer is very simple. Windows Mail allows you to set up a variety of different accounts. Whether you want to add a personal e-mail account or work e-mail account and a few newsgroups too, all can be easily included in your Windows Mail account. When it comes to managing so many accounts, it is not an issue of concern. Windows Mail allows you to manage all the accounts folder-wise.
Can’t wait to get started? However, before starting it is important to note that Windows Mail supports primarily three different kinds of accounts, including mail, directory services and newsgroups. Also, before you add an account, ensure to have logon and server information of your Windows Mail account. Once confirmed, follow the steps mentioned below.
1. Click on the ‘Start’ button.
2. Open ‘All Programs’.
3. Click on ‘Windows Mail’.
4. Click the ‘Tools’ menu, and then click Accounts’.
5. Click ‘Add’, choose the type of account you want to add.
6. Click ‘Next’ and then follow the instructions appearing on your screen to complete the process.
When you add an account, it doesn’t mean, you can’t remove it. The fact is, you can remove a mail account at anytime, according to your needs and preferences.
Want to see all the steps being performed right in front of your eyes, check out our comprehensive solution video given below.