Welcome to Free Email Tutorials, comprehensive learning resource for all-things email! All our high-quality, graphic-rich email tutorials are available without subscription or annoying popups. Our core tutorials cover popular email software applications ("email programs", or "mail clients"), popular webmail providers, and more recent tutorials include related topics like email hosting and email marketing, a generic email tutorial, that are less dependent on the underlying mail client itself, and more about understanding how everything works behind the scenes - more about FET. And your feedback is always welcome!
Desktop email programs are downloaded / installed on your computer, unlike "webmail clients" that run inside a web browser. These "native" applications are typically more responsive, and can be used offline (completely offline with POP3 email accounts, and partially, with IMAP accounts).
|Mac Mail||Opera Mail||Outlook Express|
|Outlook 2003||Outlook 2007||SeaMonkey Mail|
|Thunderbird||Windows Live Mail||Windows Mail|
A web-based email client lets you access your emails from any internet-connected Windows, Mac, or Linux computer, using a browser - but cannot be used offline. Here are the most popular webmail providers: (some of them can also be used as a webmail client, to check another email address!)
|AOL Mail Create AOL email account AOL Mail Sign in Change AOL email password ▼||Facebook Create a Facebook account Facebook Sign in Change Facebook password ▼||Gmail Create a Gmail account Gmail Sign in Change Gmail password ▼|
|Hotmail Create a Hotmail account Hotmail Sign in Hotmail Inbox Change Hotmail password Hotmail Login ▼||Outlook.com Create an Outlook account Outlook Sign in Change Outlook password Switch back to Hotmail ▼||Yahoo Mail Create a Yahoo email account Yahoo Mail Sign in Change Yahoo email password ▼|
And here are "technologically agnostic" tutorials, followed by topics not directly related to email, but needed for several email-related tasks (like customizing your new mail sound, changing default email program, etc.), many focused around customizing your web browser.
|Email Tutorial||Email Etiquette||Email Marketing|
|MS Office||MS Windows||Web Browsers|