Unfortunately, we will no longer be able to provide free webmail accounts to our members. While Care2 has provided this service for free since our launch in 1998, the cost of maintaining the service has long since become prohibitive. Thus, effective October 1, 2016 we will no longer be able to provide email accounts to our members.
We apologize for this inconvenience - we know it’s challenging to change an email address. And, it’s sad for us to have to end this service that we’ve provided for so long. The good news is there are several excellent free email service providers (such as Google’s Gmail and Yahoo Mail) that provide reliable service and make it easy to transfer your account.
What this means for you:
Because your Care2 webmail account will no longer work as of October 1, we encourage you to set up a new email address as soon as possible to give your friends and contacts time to update their address books with your new email information.
I sincerely regret any inconvenience this causes you. We greatly appreciate your loyalty to Care2 and your dedication to using our email service for so many years - and Care2 is committed to ensuring you have as easy a path as possible to another email provider.
We appreciate your support for Care2 and our mission, and hope you will continue to support Care2 petitions and our incredible community dedicated to making the world a better place.
Founder & President
Do nothing. If you wish to discontinue your Care2 webmail account and do not want to create a new account on another website, you do not need to take any action at this time. All of your old emails will be removed from the system, and your Care2 webmail address will cease working as of October 1, 2016.
Set up a new email account on Gmail or another website. Follow the instructions below if you wish to save your old email.
It's simple to set up a new email account and email address on Gmail. This will allow you to save all of your old emails and address book. It’s also easy to import your old emails into their system.
Step 1. Set up your new account on an email service such as Google’s Gmail.
Step 2. Start transitioning your mail from your old mailbox to your new mailbox. We recommend:
We have included instructions below.
Step 3. Move your address book to your new account. To do this, you must first download it and save it as a file on your computer, then upload it to your new email account. Instructions for Gmail - click here.
Step 4. Move your old emails over to your new account, follow the instructions provided by
your new email service. Instructions
for Gmail - click here.
If needed - please read the documentation from our mail service provider.
Once the export is done, importing the addresses into your Gmail contact list is really easy:
You can find more information about this process from Google directly by reading import addresses into Gmail.
You can find the newly imported entries in the "Imported dd/mm/yy" group of your Gmail inbox.
Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMmcMrYBotg