Can I create a second BigPond email address?
canneverfindthi, you’ll need to log into My BigPond rather than My Account on telstra.com.au, so that you’re able to add additional email addresses to your BigPond service.
Can I have a BigPond email address?
If you would like to retain your email address, you can join a Bigpond Dial Up service which costs $25 per year. Having an active account with Telstra will allow you to continue using your @bigpond.com.au email address.
How do I get my BigPond emails?
Re: How to retrieve old emails from a bigpond account
- Log into Telstra Mail in your browser.
- Select Trash.
- Tick the check box next to the email you want to retrieve.
- Select More.
- Select Move To.
- Select Inbox.
Why can’t I get my BigPond emails?
If there’s trouble sending or receiving, it may be an issue with the email server settings. So, if you want to access emails from multiple devices, check to see you have IMAP enabled. For more detailed help if you are still having trouble, talk to the tech experts at Telstra Platinum.
How many email addresses can I have with BigPond?
You can have a total of ten free Telstra email addresses. If you compare email with normal mail. Email address is the same as the address on normal mail.
What do BigPond email addresses end in?
Re: Bigpond address All new BigPond emails will end with .com however there are older ones still around that end in . net.au. It should still work exactly the same as any current email.
How do I transfer my Bigpond email to Gmail?
Re: Adding BigPond email to my Gmail account Sign in to webmail. Once signed in, click on settings…………and then click on email forwarding. Then click the dot next to forward mail to another account. In the space provided insert your gmail account details and then click save.
Is Bigpond email account free?
All @telstra.com and @bigpond.com customers will be moved onto the new service over the next couple of months. Email addresses will remain the same. The service will be free for existing Telstra customers, but will cost $79 per year for non-Telstra customers. The telco has offered the first year free of charge.
Can I access an old BigPond email account?
So to access old emails, simply log in to your BigPond WebMail account here: http://messaging.bigpond.com/?ref=Net-Button-Webmail.
What type of email account is BigPond?
Bigpond.com (Telstra Mail) provides IMAP access to your Bigpond.com (Telstra Mail) account, so you can connect to your email from mobile devices and desktop email clients.
Is bigpond a POP or IMAP?
Bigpond.com supports IMAP / SMTP This means you don’t have to use Bigpond.com’s webmail interface! You can check your email and send messages using other email programs (like Mailspring, Outlook Express, Apple Mail, or Mozilla Thunderbird).
What is happening with Bigpond email?
Now BigPond webmail will be shuttered in favour of a new service, Telstra Mail, that will replace @telstra.com and @bigpond.com email for home broadband customers. Telstra is also shifting its Outlook.com customers off the Microsoft service and onto Telstra Mail.
How to create an email account with BigPond?
In the following section, you can find the steps to create an email account with BigPond. To get signed up with BigPond, you need to follow a few simple steps. The steps have been discussed in the following section. Open your web browser and then visit the official website of Telstra Media.
Which is the most popular BigPond email client?
BigPond is a popular email client which has many users across the world. In Europe, Australia and USA, this email client is mostly popular. Formally known as BigPond, the email client has undergone a change of name. The present name of this service is known as Telstra Media.
How to set up an IMAP email account?
not present Your name Enter your name as you’d like it to appe Account type IMAP Server address imap-mail.outlook.com Port Port 993
How can I create a new email address?
The primary username is unable to be changed and is needed to log into My Account. The other option is to create a email address via the Internet and collect your mail from there. Need help?