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How can I access my BlueLight Internet email?

The easiest way to access your BlueLight Internet email is by using Email on the Web. This Web-based email option lets you access your mail from around the world! Whether you're at work, at home, on vacation, or anywhere else with an Internet-connected computer, your email address is the same and your account is always accessible.

By using Email on the Web, you can read and write email messages directly from your mailbox without having to use a separate email program. Just remember that your mailbox will fill up over time, so be sure to delete unwanted messages.

For more information about using Email on the Web, click here.

If you are a Premium service member, you can also use a dedicated email program such as Outlook Express to check your BlueLight Internet email. This lets you download messages directly to your computer, thus freeing up space in your mailbox. You can also read and write messages without having to be connected to the Internet when you use this method.

For more information about accessing your email with dedicated email software, click here.

Other questions about email:

What is Email on the Web?
How can I access my BlueLight Internet Email?
Can I get email if I go beyond 10 hours?
Will the messages in my Email on the Web folders download to my email program?
How fast is an email message sent or delivered?
Can I use Instant Messaging programs with BlueLight Internet?
Why aren't I receiving my email messages?
Can BlueLight Internet notify me when I have new mail, or can I have BlueLight Internet automatically check for new mail at a certain time?
Why does it take so long to transfer my mail?
I received a mail delivery failure notice.
I received a mail delay notification.
Why did I get a mail delivery failure or mail delay notice?
How can I understand the mail delivery failure notice?
Why did I get a mail delivery failure notice?
I don' t understand why I got a mail delivery failure notice.
What information do you need to investigate a mail delivery failure / mail delay issue?
How do I send a blind carbon copy (Bcc)?
With the introduction of Email on the Web, will I still be able to read and write email using a dedicated email program (such as Outlook Express)?
How do I access the new Email on the Web system?
Do I have to be connected to the Web to read and write email?
How can I leave email on the server so I can download it later using my regular email program?
What do I do if I've forgotten my password?
How do I save messages I've accidentally sent to the Trash?
I want to change my email address or Member ID to a different name.