How to Change Email From English to Russian

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Navigating through an email program is difficult when the program is not in your native language, especially since email programs contain many technical terms. However, many United States based web email clients will allow you to change your email's language setting from English to Russian and will use the Cyrillic script instead of Roman letters. Your email client will not change the content of messages that are sent to you, but all email instructions, such as "Compose," "Send" and "Address Book," will be written in Russian.

Gmail

  • Log onto Gmail. (See Resources.) Click the image of the gear in the upper right corner of your screen, then click "Mail settings" from the menu that appears.

  • Click the "General" tab on the left side of your screen from the menu that appears.

  • Click the drop-down menu next to "Gmail display language" and select Russian.

Yahoo Mail

  • Go to your Yahoo email. (See Resources.) Click the "Hi (user name)" button at the top left part of your screen, then "Account Info." (User name will be replaced with your Yahoo account user name.)

  • Enter your Yahoo account password in the next window that pops up on your screen.

  • Click "Set language, site, time zone" under Account Settings.

  • Click the drop-down menu next to "Regional Site and Language:" and select "Russian."

Hotmail

  • Log into your Hotmail account. (See Resources.)

  • Click "English" at the bottom right corner of your screen.

  • Click the radio button next to "Russian," then click "Save."

Tips & Warnings

  • Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo write "Russian" using Cyrillic script.

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