Most of us have multiple email accounts. And while there are many email apps you can use, Apple’s default Mail app is pretty convenient most of the time. Depending on your needs, you might need to change the default email address on your iPhone or iPad. This means you can set your most frequently used email id as the preferred one on the Mail app. You can easily set a Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, or any other email account as the default one on your iPhone and iPad. Let’s learn more.
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Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, scroll down and tap on Mail.
Step #3. Scroll down again and tap on Default Account.
Step #4. Next, you need to select the account you wish to use. Then, quit the Settings.
Sticky note for iOS 13 and earlier: You can add multiple email accounts to the Mail app. To do so, head over to Settings app → Passwords & Accounts → Add Account → Select the preferred email provider and sign in to your account.
For iOS 14: To add multiple email accounts, open the Settings app → tap on Mail. Next tap on Accounts and tap on Add Account.
Going forward, all of your emails will be sent from this account unless you choose to go with the other option.
It’s quite easy to switch between email accounts. So, even if you have set one as your default option, you will be able to select the other email address without any hassle.
Step #1. Simply open the Mail app on your iOS device and compose an email as usual.
Step #2. Now, you need to tap on cc/bcc, From.
Step #3. Next, tap on From. Then, you should see your other email account at the bottom. Select it. After that, send the email as usual.
That’s pretty much it!
It’s as simple as that. Hopefully, this will give you more control over your email and make life easier! Let us know in the comments below if you need any more email tips and tricks for your iPhone.
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Default apps are really cool. They are most native, work right from the box and are extremely reliable for basic tasks. Yet, sometimes they lack some necessary features and lag behind most of the competitors. That's when you might want to change your default email client.
You can do that literally in seconds.
First, open the default Mail app (sorry for that) and click on Mail > Preferences in the upper menu.
Once there, switch to the ‘General' tab and click on ‘Default Email Reader'. Now you can choose the app you would like to be the default one for managing emails.
If there's no such option in the dropdown, you can select any app from the Applications folder. To do so, click on ‘Select' and pick your email champion.
That's it. Now you are using the email client that is the best for managing your inbox and the most customized to your needs.
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