1. Creating a Google Account

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Before we do anything else we first need to create a new Gmail account. Of course if you already have a Gmail account that you want to use to house your work emails you can skip this first tutorial. We have chosen Gmail as the email provider to use for our walkthrough's because of the ease of transferring emails and because of Gmail's good reputation. You may use a different provider if you so choose but it the walkthroughs will not match up exactly.

1.       Navigate to https://accounts.google.com/SignUp

2.       Fill out the information

a.       Name - Your Name

b.       Username - this can be whatever you choose, common usernames are byu.firstname.lastname@gmail.com

c.       Password - Must be 8 characters long at least


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3.   Click continue

4.   Your account has now been created. You can navigate to google by pressing the dots in the top right hand corner and then selecting Gmail


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5.       You can also access your account by going to gmail.com and logging in with the credentials you just created.

Your ready for the second tutorial! go there by clicking here.