you have now access to vs. you now have access to


Which of these two sentences sounds better to you:

You have now access to your new email account.
You now have access to your new email account.

Thanks a lot,

TOEIC listening, photographs: Out for a walk[YSaerTTEW443543]

Definitely the second sentence.

But if the word access were used as a verb, this placement of now (as in the first sentence) would be OK:
You can now access your new email account.

The first sentence is definite Germlish, Torsten. (Or Czenglish or Polish English.)