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CHAPTER 11: Surf the Web with Safari
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The advantage of keeping your frequently visited sites in history is that you can load them from the History tab when you go into the browser menu (see Figure 11 11). Also, sometimes you want to go back to a certain site, but you can t remember the name; checking your history will show you the exact site you wish to visit.
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Figure 11 11. Using Browser History
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In this chapter, we will help you explore the world of e-mail on your iPad. You will learn how to set up multiple e-mail accounts, check out all the various reading options, open attachments, and clean up your Inbox. And for cases when e-mail is not working quite right, you will learn some good troubleshooting tips to help you get back up and running.
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Setting up e-mail on your iPad is fairly simple. You can sync e-mail account settings from iTunes (see 3 s, Sync E-mail Account Settings section), or you can set up e-mail accounts directly on your iPad. You do need a network connection to get e-mail up and running.
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Mobile e-mail is certainly all the rage today. You can view, read, and compose replies to e-mails already synced to your iPad without a network connection; however, you will need to have network connectivity (either Wi-Fi or 3G/cellular) to send and/or receive email from your iPad. Check out 4: Wi-Fi and 3G Connectivity to learn more. Also check out the Reading the Top Connectivity Status Icons section in the Quick Start Guide in Part 1. TIP: If you are taking a trip, simply download all your e-mail before you get on the airplane; this lets you read, reply, and compose your messages. All e-mails will be sent once you land and reestablish your connection to the Internet.
CHAPTER 12: E-mail
Setting up E-mail on the iPad
You have two options to set up your e-mail accounts on the iPad. 1. 2. Use iTunes to sync e-mail account settings. Set up your e-mail accounts directly on the iPad.
If you have a number of e-mail accounts that you access from an e-mail program on your computer (e.g., Microsoft Outlook, Entourage, and so on), then it is easiest to use iTunes to sync your accounts. See the Sync E-mail Account Settings section in 3 for help. If you only have a few accounts, or you do not use an e-mail program on your computer that iTunes can sync with, then you will need to set up your e-mail accounts directly on the iPad.
Entering Passwords for E-mail Accounts Synced from iTunes
In the Sync E-mail Account Settings section of 3, we showed you how to sync your e-mail account settings to your iPad. After this sync completes, all of your e-mail accounts should be visible on your iPad in the Settings icon. All you will need to do is enter the password for each account. To enter your password for each synced e-mail account, follow these steps (see Figure 12 1). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Touch the Settings icon. Touch the Mail, Contacts and Calendars option in the left column. Under Accounts in the right column, you should see all your synced email accounts listed. Tap any listed e-mail account, type its password, and click Done. Repeat for all listed e-mail accounts.
CHAPTER 12: E-mail
Figure 12 1. Entering passwords for each e-mail account synced from iTunes
Set up Your E-mail Accounts on the iPad
To add a new e-mail account on your iPad, follow these steps: 1. 2. 3. Touch the Settings icon. Touch the Mail, Contacts and Calendars option in the left column. Tap Add Account below your e-mail accounts. If you have no accounts set up, you will only see the Add Account option. TIP: To edit any e-mail account, just touch that account.
CHAPTER 12: E-mail
Choose which type of e-mail account to add on this next screen. Choose Microsoft Exchange if you use a Microsoft Exchange email server. You should also choose Microsoft Exchange if you use Google Calendar, and Google Contacts to store your personal information, and you want to wirelessly sync them to your iPad. Choose MobileMe if you use this service.
NOTE: We will show you how to set up both Google/Microsoft Exchange and MobileMe in 24. Choose Gmail if you use Google for only your e-mail, but you do not (or do not want to) wirelessly sync e-mail with your Google Contacts or Google Calendar. Choose Yahoo! Mail if you use Yahoo! Choose AOL if you use AOL. Choose Other if none of the above apply, and you want to sync a standard POP or IMAP email account. Then choose Add Mail Account from the next screen. 5. Type your name as you would like others to see it when they receive mail from you into the Name field. Then, add the appropriate information into the Address, Password, and a Description fields. Tap the Save or Next button in the
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