With the mobile Yahoo! web site, you can access email anywhere – check screenshot on the left. However, iPhone users are in luck because the feature to get and store Yahoo email messages on your cell phone is in-built.
The set up takes a couple of minutes and involves filling in the simplest of details about your account. And no, you don’t have to fiddle with the Yahoo POP settings at all.
All free Yahoo email accounts can be set up and configured on the iPhone – no need for the Plus upgrade. Just make sure your cell phone can connect to the internet because this is required to verify the login information and download the email messages to the device.
You may also be interested in knowing how to get email messages from other types of accounts – check the list below:
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