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Once I set my iphone to retrieve emails from work and my yahoo account, how do i keep someone else from picking up my phone and readimg my emails from both accounts. I know there is a number code that you can put on your iphone, but isn't there a way that my passwords to both accounts will have to be keyed in before reading my emails?

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To my knowledge there is no way to do this. The best thing I can suggest would be to require a passcode lock for your phone, which is done through settings>passcode lock. You can set it to require the passcode immediately when you lock your phone or after a certain amount of time. Obviously immediately is the most secure. You can also turn off SMS preview so that new text messages won't display on the screen while the phone is locked.

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