In the WIN8 system, a built-in mail application, users can not open the page, directly to the computer to send and receive mail. If you are using a Windows lice account to login to the WIN8 system, the mail application will use the mailbox as the default mailbox, and users can notice the arrival of the new message by setting up notification reminders and dynamic tiles. Of course, in addition to the default mailboxes, users can add additional mailboxes to the mailbox application.
Notification Reminder Settings
Switch to "on" with "Apply notice" through "super button"-"Settings"-"More computer Settings"-"Notify" and set "mail" in the below "show notifications from these applications" to "on" status.
Apply Notification Open
When a message arrives in the mailbox, a prompt will pop up in the upper-right corner of the screen, and you can click to open the message directly.
New Message Hints
Dynamic Magnetic paste Settings
In the Start Screen mail message (Touch the user to point the magnetic paste downward light to appear check), select "Turn on/off dynamic tiles" at the bottom of the screen to set.
Toggle dynamic tiles on/off
At this point, you can see a dynamic prompt on the "mail" tile on the start screen:
Dynamic Magnetic paste
Lock screen Prompt setting
Add the mail application to the "lock screen Application" with "Super button"-"Settings"-"More computer Settings"-"Personalized Settings"-"lock screen".
Add message apply to lock screen desktop
When a new message arrives, the message is prompted in the lock screen state:
Lock screen New message prompt
Add another mail account
In the Mail application, select "Super Button"-"Settings"-"Account" and click "Add Account".
Open Account Settings
In the pop-up dialog box, select "Other account".
Add another Account
Follow the prompts to complete the setup.
Select account Type
In the WINDOWS8 mail application, the mailbox that is added by default loads only the messages from the last two weeks. The following prompts appear when you turn the message to the bottom:
Click to find that the pop-up "settings" can set a lot of content:
The settings in the Common application bar or "Super button"-"Settings"-"options" are much richer.