An iCloud email alias is known as a perfect tool which lets users send email to their iCloud account without revealing their true email address. Thanks to it, not only you can protect our accounts against the malicious action on the internet, but can you utilize aliases to register for mailing lists. As a result, you can kill them if the list is filled with too much junk or spam.
The following tutorial will show you how to create and manage your iCloud email aliases for your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. While you are able to create brand new iCloud accounts on our iOS device, you will be asked to go to your Mac to create an alias. Here are steps:
Steps to create and manage iCloud email aliases
Step one: Head to iCloud.com and use our Apple ID to sign in
Step two: Select Mail.
Step three: Click the gear icon on the bottom left of the window and select Preferences.
Step four: Once you are done, select Accounts and click Add an alias…
Step five: Add an alias for our iCloud email address. Also, we have the option to label our address to indicate how it is used
Step six: Select OK. After that, click Close and Done. You can repeat the above process to make more aliases.
Steps to manage iCloud aliases on your iPhone
Step one: Start off the Settings app.
Step two: Tap our Apple ID at the top of the screen.
Step three: Select iCloud.
Step four: Scroll to the below and tap Mail.
Step five: Under Allow Sending From, tap on toggle next to the email aliases we would like to use on on your iPhone
Steps to manage iCloud aliases on your Mac
Step on: Start off the Mail app
Step two: Find Mail and select Preferences
Step three: Choose the Accounts tab
Step four: Select our iCloud account on the sidebar
Step five: Once you are done, click on the Email Address dropdown
Step six: Choose the Edit Email Addresses toggle. We will be taken to the iCloud.com website. Fill your username and password and any two-factor authentication.
Step seven: Change our email aliases if required.
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