How to access your email from another computer

How to access your email from another computer

Are you traveling and need to access your email but don’t want to bring your laptop? Or maybe you’re at home but forgot your phone charger and need to check your work email. Whatever the reason, there are several ways to access your email from another computer. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the easiest methods so you can get back to what’s important.

If you’re like most people, you rely on email to stay in touch with friends, family, and co-workers. But what happens if you’re traveling or find yourself without your laptop? You know that it can be a hassle to have to access your email from each machine separately.

In this blog post, we’ll show you how to access your email through your web browser and an email client. We’ll also give you some tips on how to keep your emails safe when you’re using a public computer.

To access your email from a web browser:

You can easily check your email from any computer by going to Google Mail, Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail, or Outlook .com.

Gmail

You can easily check your Gmail by going to www.gmail.com and signing in with your username and password. You can then access your emails just like you would on your computer. Once you have successfully logged in, you will be able to view any new messages since the last time you checked them on another computer or website.

Yahoo! Mail

To check your Yahoo! Mail through a web browser, simply go to mail.yahoo.com. Once signed in, you’ll be able to read any new messages that have come since the last time you visited the site or checked your email from a different machine.

AIM Mail

To sign into AIM Mail, first, visit aim.com, and enter some details about yourself including your screen name and phone number associated with the account for verification purposes. You will then be logged into AIM Mail.

Outlook

If you have an Outlook account, simply go to www.outlook.com. Enter your email address and password to sign in to Outlook.

Exchange account

If you have a business exchange account, you should be given a web access URL also known as Outlook Web Access, so that you would be able to access your email.

Exchange can most commonly use the following steps to access emails from a browser:

  1. Log in to your mydomain.com account.
  2. Once in, click on this link.
  3. Enter your Exchange Mailbox Address.
  4. Enter your Exchange Mailbox Password.
  5. Click OK.

You should now have full access to your email in a browser.

Hotmail

Hotmail users can easily access their emails from a web browser by following these steps:

  1. Log in to your Hotmail account.
  2. Enter your email address and password.
  3. Click connect.

You should now be able to access your full inbox from a web browser.

Telstra / Bigpond emails

So how do you access your Telstra / Bigpond emails?

  1. Log in to your Telstra or Bigpond email account: https://signon.bigpond.com/login
  2. Enter your Username and Password
  3. Click on Login

Optus webmail

Optus users can access your emails from:

  1. Go to https://webmail.optusnet.com.au/
  2. Enter your Username and Password
  3. Make sure you check the security box as ‘Secure’
  4. Click on Login

iPrimus webmail

  1. Go to https://webmail.iprimus.com.au/
  2. Enter your Username and Password
  3. Click on Login

Dodo webmail

  1. Go to https://webmail.dodo.com.au/
  2. Enter your Username and Password
  3. Click on Login

Once you’ve logged into your email account, you may do whatever it is that you usually do, such as read emails, respond to emails, delete emails, and create new ones. After you’ve finished reading through emails, be sure to log out of your email accounts by going to the “Sign out” option on the email website. When you’re finished, close the web browser.

Alternatively, if you feel accessing your emails on another computer might be a security concern you can also create an arbitrary email account and forward all emails.

To forward emails:

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook on your home computer.
  2. To add a new rule, go to Tools > Rules Wizard in Outlook 2003 or earlier. Select the New button and then click it.
  3. In Outlook 2007 or later, go to the Home tab and choose Create Rule from the drop-down menu.
  4. Click on the New button.
  5. Add the new rule, including details that are identical to these below:
  • Click on Advanced Options
  • Select the appropriate conditions – forward all emails or just from specific people
  • Enter your arbitrary email account e-mail address.
  • Click on Next
  • Click on Done

If you have trouble accessing your emails from a web browser, our email setup experts is always at your beck and call.