Does Sympatico email still exist?

Does Sympatico email still exist?

You can check your Sympatico email via the Web anywhere you have Internet access. While you can no longer create new email addresses with a “” domain, you can still use your existing “” email address as usual to check your Bell email and perform other tasks.

How do I access my old Sympatico email?

How Do I Access My Sympatico Email?

  1. Open a browser window on any Internet-connected computer and navigate to “”
  2. Click the “Sympatico Mail” button.
  3. Log in with your Sympatico ID and password.

What happened Bell email?

Bell Canada dismantled a functioning email service, cut the cord without having any contingency plan and is now essentially treating Canadians as guinea pigs in their weird, frustrating and experimental in-house system.

How do I log into my bell email?

Accessing your Bell email on the Web

  1. Go to the sign-in page at
  2. Enter your email address under Email address.
  3. Enter your email address and password.
  4. Select I’m not a robot.
  5. Click Login.

How do I access my Sympatico email?

You can check your Sympatico email via the Web anywhere you have Internet access. Click the “Bell Mail” link located at the top of the Sympatico home page to open the Bell Mail sign in page. Type your Sympatico (“”) or Bell (“”) email address in the “Windows Live ID” box.

How do you log into an email?

Open a browser. Go to your email service login page. For example, If you have a Yahoo! account, go to, if you have a Gmail account, go to and if you have a AOL account , go to Contact your Internet service provider if you’re not sure of your Webmail login page.

How do you sign into an email?

Open the email containing the document to sign, tap on the document attachment as usual to preview it within the Mail app (the document can be PDF or otherwise) then tap the toolbox icon. Tap on the Signature button in the lower right corner of the Markup preview. Use a finger on the touch screen to sign the document as usual, then tap on “Done”.

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