An Apple device comes with an iCloud account that gives you access to a unique email address. While you may be accustomed to accessing this email account using the Mail app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you can now do so from any online browser (including Chrome and Microsoft Edge). Your Apple ID is connected to iCloud Mail, but only if your email address ends in “@icloud.com.”
Access to iCloud Mail
If you use a third-party email account with your Apple ID, such as Gmail, you’ll need to create a new iCloud email address that will be linked to your Apple ID. To begin, open any browser on your computer (Windows 10, Mac, or Linux), smartphone or tablet (iPhone, iPad, or Android), or iPhone, iPad, or Android tablet.
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Then, in your browser’s address bar, type www.icloud.com/mail. Enter your iCloud email address if you know it. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you may use the Enter key to enter the email address linked with your Apple ID.
After that, input the password and hit the Enter key. Enter the one-time password obtained on one of your Apple devices if you use two-factor authentication (which we encourage). To avoid having to 2FA verify yourself in that browser in the future, click the “Trust” button.
You may also go to www.icloud.com and select “Mail” from the drop-down menu. If you don’t see the Mail option here, it implies you haven’t linked your Apple ID to an iCloud email account. You’ll need to set up iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac to achieve this.
That’s all there is to it. Your iCloud Mail inbox will now be visible on the web. You may go through all of your emails in your Inbox from here. You may also look at the emails you’ve sent. Emails may be flagged and deleted, as well as other standard functions.
You may also create new emails or react to existing ones (both of which will open in new windows). We recommend that you sign out of iCloud Mail when you’re finished because you’re using it in a browser. To do so, go to the top-right corner of the screen and click the Name button, then “Sign Out.”
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If you wish to trust this browser, iCloud Mail will ask you. You may log into iCloud Mail without typing the verification code if you trust a browser. Select “Trust and Sign Out” from the drop-down menu. That’s all there is to it. You will be logged out of your iCloud Mail account.