Yandex, which was originally designed as a search engine, today also is a very convenient email system.

The entrance to the mailbox

To get to your Inbox, registered on Yandex, in two main ways. The first of them is the entrance to the box directly from the home page: by typing in the address bar in the top right corner you will see the login form. She, like most other mail systems, requires the input of two key parameters - username and password: their correct combination allows the system to make sure that the attempt to log on to the mailbox is making it its owner or someone the owner has entrusted the data.

Another way to log on to a mailbox - type in the address bar directly to the address of the page of the post Yandex.Mail Here you will also be prompted to enter a user name and password. With both options pages, the leading e-mail system also enables you to log on using an account in one of popular social networks.

If you have forgotten your password, you must left mouse click "Remember the password": the system will prompt you to enter the user name for which you want to recover password and security code given on the same page, which allows you to protect your website from robot requests. After entering the information, you will be taken to the password recovery page: depending on what information you provided the system when you register, you can do this by using a backup of the mailbox or your phone number.

Check e-mail

Logging into your email Inbox, you will automatically be redirected to the page which displays the incoming messages. If you want to browse a different folder, for example, to look at sent messages, you must select the appropriate tab on the left side of the page. To access the text of the letter can simple click on its title bar with the left mouse button.

By default, newer messages in the Inbox located at the top of the page, and the rest are sorted by as of the obsolescence date of receipt. It should be note that the system interface Yandex.Mail has a fairly convenient tool: it automatically allocates the headers of incoming messages you haven't read in bold. This allows you to quickly identify unread messages without having to flip the letters.