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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Switch Between Email Accounts

The ability to manage multiple email accounts owned by the Samsung Galaxy SIII is one of the reasons why lot of peoples decide to choose this Android-based smartphone as their devices. Moreover, this phone also provide the stock Email app to facilitate users to receive or send email through it. By using this app you can easily add a POP3 e-mail accounts, Microsoft Exchange email accounts, etc.

See also: How to Add a Microsoft Exchange Email Account on Samsung Galaxy S3

The stock Email app also allows you to manage multiple email at once with ease. You can switch between your email accounts to use them to send an e-mail message or to check whether you have an incoming email message or to do something else you want with them, such as reply, forward or delete email messages in the selected account.


How to switch between email accounts in Email app?
Here are the steps you need to do :
  1. Open Email app .
  2. Here you can see the Email app display your email messages from the active email account .
  3. Tap the account name box at the top of the screen in the right side of the Email app icon to see the drop down menu contains all of your email accounts, and then choose the account you want to view . You can also choose Combined view which will display all of your email messages from all of your email accounts .
  4. Your email messages from the selected account will be displayed . From here you can read, send an email message, etc.

By knowing this step, now you can easily switch between email accounts when you want to do something with another email account. So, hope this helps :)

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