How to Emial a Document to your-Self Using Fastmail?

Know relevant steps to Email a Document to yourself by Using Fastmail !

Fastmail  is an adroit email service provider.It is used for sending and receiving mail over the Internet.Fast mail is easy to use.It is not expensive.Fast mail runs on multiple domains and uniform rate. Because of its good reputation, it has became independent company.It provides more security  to user as it is used as a paid version.It is used in business application.Fast mail is easy to setup .

If you want to send document  by using Fast mail then you can easily send to yourself. For this you need to follow these steps:

  • First you have to open Fastmail websites with your id and password.
  • Now you have to the send mail option or compose mail .
  • Then you need to select the document which you want to share,for this you can use alter access.
  • After that you need to select which users you want to send mail document.
  • Here you have to add your email id because you want to send this email document to yourself.
  • If your documents has been completely attached ,you need to click on send button.
  • Now go to the inbox,here you will see your document.
  • If it is not in inbox folder then you need to check other folders.

Now you can easily send an email document to anyone by using above steps but still if you are getting any issue then you may contact to fastmail technical support.You will get reliable solution through Fastmail experts.They believe  in providing best solution to their users.They are available round the clock 1-844-307-3488.

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