When we talk about webmail and search engines, Gmail, Yahoo Mail!, Google search, Bing which is powered by Yahoo, and Yahoo search engine is most people know. They probably have not heard of Juno webmail and search engine service up to this moment.
Juno is a search engine and as a webmail service provider. The Juno isn’t known for it search engine services like other upcoming search engines but popular in providing a free email service to send and receive electronic messages the way we normally do with Gmail, Yahoo!, and other popular Email service providers.
A lot of people who are using Gmail or Yahoo Mail! does not know much about Juno search engine and Juno webmail service. However, Juno offers a professional webmail service for free and with an encrypted service so that any email sent or received cannot be read by a third-party. For this reason, here in this article, I am going to share with you how to create a Juno webmail account, configure it, and send email using the webmail service.
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How to Create Juno Webmail Account
If you created your email account from either Gmail or Yahoo Mail! or from other free e-mail service providers yourself, it should take you minutes to create a valid Juno email address for free.
Launch any browser on your Computer or Smartphone and visit Juno free email registration page. And then, click on Get Started to the bottom left.
Fill out the information with your correct details. It’s important to use a valid phone number so that you will be able to receive a confirmation code from Juno and then click on submit & continue to the bottom left.
Create a unique Juno ID and password and make sure to confirm it whether it is available. A unique Juno ID will be in the form of ID@juno.com which can range between 3-30 letters and/or numbers.
Note: Do not forget to accept terms and conditions before you click on the submit and continue button to the bottom left on the page.
Next, Juno will take you to your order confirmation page. Once you have confirmed your order you will be able to log into your Juno email account with your Juno username and password.
How to Setup Juno Webmail on Smartphones
It doesn’t matter whether your email service provider is an IMAP, POP3 or Windows Exchange email account if you want to add it to your Android phone. It’s a ease as when you choose to configure your Gmail account on Android devices. To setup Juno email on Android follow these steps.
Go to your Android settings >> Add Account >> Email >> Enter Juno Email address & password >> Next >> Next >> Wait for inbox checking frequency >> Next. After you follow the above direction without having a problem, the Juno email will be added to your Android.
Juno Webmail Slow Down Safari Browser
I have experienced this overtime. It occurs both on Mac and on Windows. So, I want to assume that the Juno webmail doesn’t really go well with Safari browser. However, here is how I was able to fix the Juno webmail not opening and slowing down Safari browser.
This works for Safari 8.0 – 10.0. It also works for Safari Android as well.
- Launch your Safari browser and click on the helper menu
- A drop menu will appear. Then scroll down and click on the preference option
- Tap on the tab that says “privacy” and clicks on remove all website data
- A popup will appear in form of a warning message. From the popup, click on remove now
- Wait for a couple of seconds for Safari to clear its caches.
Now, restart the Safari browser and try to access your Juno webmail. This procedure solves all Safari browser’s error message that has to do with caches. If this doesn’t solve the problem yet, consider using another browser to see whether the inability to log onto Juno email account still persists.
If it does, try another browser to confirm that it’s not that your Safari browser is out-dated. If it works one other browser without slowing down the browser, you may remove the Safari browser and download the latest version.
While many people do not know about Juno webmail, they don’t even care about their search engine perhaps because of the limited access to their email service. While registering for the email service you will discover that some countries are not listed to create an account, and as such, users prefer to go to alternative websites like Gmail or Yahoo Mail! to create a free account.