Rocket Mail Signup, Login
In this post, we’ll go through how to join up for Rocketmail and how to build a Rocketmail account. Before we get started, you should know that the official Rocketmail web services website is www.rocketmail.com, which will undoubtedly lead you to www.yahoo.com. The reason for this is that Yahoo! purchased the service.
In the 1990s, Rocketmail was one of the earliest free web email providers. Rocketmail and Hotmail were the first free web email services, both introduced in 1996. However, Rocketmail did not continue long, as it was acquired by another company. Even though it’s free, you’ll still need to connect your device(s) to the internet.
RocketMail and All You Should Know
Rocketmail was acquired by Yahoo in 1997 (don’t worry), and all current Rocketmail users were allowed to keep their Rocketmail user IDs. This is similar to what happens in the banking industry. A bank buys another bank, and the depositors of the acquired bank become customers of the new bank automatically.
How To Login Into Old RocketMail Account?
Rocketmail usernames and profiles were allowed to be kept by existing Rocketmail users. They can only use https://login.yahoo.com to access their existing account. However, instead of only the user ID, which is meant to be johnjared, the entire email address must be included in the ID area, i.e. [email protected], [email protected].
How To Create A New RocketMail Account
Now, to create a new Rocketmail account, you must first create a new Yahoomail account, which you may do by clicking the following link:
Simply fill out the form with your information in the fields provided, and you’ll have a Yahoomail account set up in less than 5 minutes.
You must enter your full name (first and last name), a unique username that you can create or choose from yahoo’s list of options, your gender (male or female), your date of birth (which will be discussed in the next paragraph), an active phone number (the email activation code will be sent to this number for verification purposes), your country, and your state.
To help you understand, the following is the information you’ll need to create a new rocketmail (yahoo mail) account:
- First name and Last name
- Unique username used as your email address
- Date of birth
- Active phone number for verification purposes
- Country and state
After filling out the forms with the appropriate information and concluding the verification process, your email will be created immediately.
What To Take Note
Before you can create a personal email on Yahoo, you must be at least 13 years old (depending on your location and nation).
Persons under the age of 13 must have their parents or guardians set up a Yahoo! family account and add their child or children to it. The parent(s) or guardian(s) must confirm that they are over the age of 18 and that they are the legal guardian(s) of the child(ren) mentioned on the Yahoo! family account.
When you add a child to your Yahoo! Family Account, they gain access to several areas of the Service, such as email, message boards, and instant messaging (and many others).
Please keep in mind that the Service is intended to appeal to a wide range of people. As a result, it is your obligation as the legal guardian to evaluate whether any of the Service areas and/or Content are appropriate for your kid.