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A more advanced version

For older kids.

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completed  ·  AdminBrittany Oler (Product Manager, kidsemail.org) responded  · 

Some children decide that they wish to change from a child@kidsemail.org to child@kmail.org address. This change is actually very simple and seamless. All mail sent to your child with either domain will end up in their inbox. This is usefull as they will continue to receive mail from their old address even after they change to their new one.

To have your child’s email show up as kmail.org instead of kidsemail.org when they send messages, please follow these steps:

Login in to the parental control panel
Select your child from the left menu drop down list
Click on the “Modify Look and Feel” menu item.
Scroll to the bottom of the page
Select the last option, “Kids Email for Teens”

After you select that button, your child’s account will automatically be updated.

Again, as a reminder all email that continues to be sent to child@kidsemail.org will still go to your child (as will the email sent to his new child@kmail org). However, when your child responds to that email, it will respond with his kmail.org email.

Brittany Oler


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  • marie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I want to supervise my 13 years old but as she is used to Outlook, she finds KMail very limited. She would like to be able to separate her contacts into different lists, be able to add notes to a contact in her list (Like their date of birth, their address, etc.), create Groups (Mailing List), flag an e-mail as important so she get back to it easily later, flag an outgoing e-mail as priority so the recipients sees that it is very important, etc.

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