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Email Account Management
Read the article that everyone's commenting on.
Wouldn't it depend on the password associated with the account whether it showed up on someone's buddy list? When I log in, I'm xxx@yyy with password zzz. If someone else becomes xxx@yyy with password uuu, wouldn't their set up be totally different? Ergo, different settings so it doesn't trigger the buddy list??
Good article. I work in website development and we were trying to decide whether or not we should allow users on our websites to change their email addresses on the accounts that they use to place orders. And your article helped us decide quickly that yes, we should allow users to change their email addresses on accounts. Thanks!
i have a myspace acount with a deleted e mail account as my username. but i have forgot my password. on myspace they have a password finder. they send your password to your e mail. but that e mail account is closed down. is there someway i can reopen that e mail account?
I need some help. There used to be a website that anyone could access ... I could simply type in my full email address and password and I woudl be redirected to my emial whether it was work, yahoo, or whatever. Does anyone know that webaddress?
I had a yahoo account that i closed 3 years ago. Trying to register with the same ID, i noticed that this ID is still not available. I did all the things to make sure this ID is not taken by someone else. So i guess yahoo had marked my ID and never let it free.
So my queston is:
Is it possible that yahoo can mark some ID's like unavailable forever (for security reasons or for other reasons), even if they are not taken?
An easy way around this is to get yourself a domain name , set all your emails to be shown as from the domain and not the actual email address and set up the mail forwarding on the domain host to come to your actual inbox.
(It's often possible to download webmail using outlook express for these purposes).
Then when you move mail provider or change your account just change the address the domain host forwards your mail to, nobody will be any the wiser.
It's worked for me over 3 ISP changes and many many account changes.
Hello,how are you?A friend of mine is working on a large business consultant event, in which he wants to e-mail an invitation out to hundreds of people.His e-mail list is 18 pgs. long.How can he check these list to get rid of duplicate e-mails?And how can he batch them, so that no one else sees each others e-mail addresses?Can any of the two questions,I just asked about, be done by just changing the computer's settings?Is additional software needed to erase duplicates,sort and organize all those e-mails?He has Outlook on his PC.Thanks so much for your help.
I notice that recently yahoo's close my accounts just after few days not sign on to my email account.
This is something I've never seen for years since
I open my accounts with yahoo.
I tried to reopen my account but was unable to
do it. I guess yahoo's asking some info. I may
have not provide to them correctly base on their
Not sure if anyone out there who is experiencing
this and how to get back the old account.
Any tips or resolution to regain the closed
email account would appreciated.
my friend told me that after 90 days she didnt sign on her yahoo messenger account.now she could not sign on to the account.but sometime i go online,her yahoo messenger online.it is possible if a new user still on my messenger list?how long before yahoo close your account if you dont use it?how long before your name available for someone else to register?please help me with this questions.thank you
Well i have a friend who has not operated his e-mail id since the last 2 and a half year?
Now due to certain reasons he wants some emails stored in the yahoo account.
So is it possible to excess the same account and retrive the emails stored 2 and a half years ago?
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