While the Kindle Fire has an integrated email client that individuals can use to access their email services, owners of all versions of the Kindle can also access their email accounts using the Kindle’s built-in Web browser. POP3 and IMAP-based email services, such as Yahoo, Gmail, Microsoft Exchange and Hotmail or Windows Live, integrate well with the Kindle’s native client. Users who find the email app limiting have the option of downloading and installing third-party email apps from the Amazon Store to manage their accounts.Kindle Fire’s Integrated Email App
Tap “Apps” from the Home screen and then tap “Email.
Tap the menu icon in the upper right corner and tap “Refresh.
Tap the email message in the Inbox to open it. Then tap “Respond” in message detail view and choose to “Reply,” “Reply to All” or “Forward” the email. If forwarding the email, enter the recipient’s name in the “To” field.
Type the message. When complete, tap the “Send” button at the top of the screen.Kindle Fire’s Amazon Silk Web Browser
Tap “Web” from the Home screen to open Amazon Silk’s Starter page.
Tap one of the bookmarked images on the Starter page or type the URL address of the email service in the URL bar. Tap the spyglass icon to begin the search.
Log in to your email service.
Tap the message in the Inbox to open it and then tap “Reply,” “Reply to All” or “Forward” to respond to the message. Tap “Send” when you have completed the message to send it to the recipient.Kindle’s Experimental Browser
Tap or press the “Menu” button from the Home screen. If using an older version of the Kindle like the Kindle Touch, use the controller to select “Experimental.” If using a newer version like the Kindle Paperwhite, tap “Experimental.” Then select “Launch Browser.
Press “Menu” and select “Enter URL” on the Kindle Touch. On the Kindle Paperwhite, tap the “Search” field at the top of the screen.
Type the URL address of the email service and tap the spyglass icon.
Log in to the email service. Select a message in the Inbox to open it. Then select “Reply,” “Reply to All” or “Forward” and type your message. Select the “Send” option when completed.Third-Party Email Clients
Tap “Apps” from the Home screen and then select the Amazon Store. Enter the app name — Kaiten, K-9 Mail or TouchDown for Tablet — in the search box and then tap “Search” from the keyboard. Tap “Buy Now from Amazon Appstore,” “Free” and then “Get App” or “Buy App.” Tap “Open” and agree to the license, if prompted to do so.
Return to the Home screen and tap the “Apps” tab. Press and hold down the email client you just downloaded and tap “Install” from the pop-up menu.
Open the email client from the Apps page and set up your email.
From the Inbox, tap a message to open it and then tap “Reply,” “Reply to All” or “Forward” to respond to it. Tap “Send” when you have completed typing your message.
When looking at the email list, you can tap on the magnifying glass to search through your messages by keyword.
You must be on an active Wi-Fi network to use email functions on the Kindle Fire. Look for the Wi-Fi indicator at the top.
Note that Microsoft Exchange is not currently supported by Kindle’s email app.
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