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Can I access my email from a different computer while on vacation

I know I have done this before but can't remember how

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  • dlunt Apr 20, 2009

    live in NY but am in Florida and would like to open my emails. I have the same lap top with me that I use at home.


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I am having my computer worked on and was lent another person's computer until mine is done can I access my mail?

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If you use Outlook to POP your email and do not leave your e-mail on the server then No. However, if you use POP and leave the e-mail on the server or use IMAP then you should be able to log into a webmail interface that is offered through whatever e-mail provider you are using. Please clarify how you have your e-mail set up and what type of account it is for further assistance.

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What is Gmail vacation responder

The vacation responder informs senders that you're on vacation. You can include details such as when you're returning, emergency contacts, etc.

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I am forgetful (mentally disabled) Having trouble keeping one email add.,user name,password remembered.unable now to access any sicial media site,emails etc. Please help me delete all unaccesable accounts.

Lots of people have problems remembering user name, password and questions that they set up for each new account. The best way to solve this is to keep a note book and list your web site, username, password and question/answers there so that you can refer back. Keep it in a safe place, somewhere close to your computer station.
Other ways to remember a password is to pick something that is around you that you like - say, a picture. It might be a place?
Advice is to have a password for every different account so that someone who knows one password cannot access all of your accounts. This is where the note book really helps, especially with accounts that you don't access every day.
As I said - everybody has this problem and it gets worse as you get older.
As for deleting your in-accessible accounts: You know which service provider you are using for social media etc; Contact them and explain your problem. They may send you access to your files and issue a new password for you.
I hope this helps.

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How can my friend find her email address and password she has lost her phone

You don't know what your email address is, or you don't know which email address you used for a certain site? The first one would be hard to believe. How have you logged in before now? It looks like you're same person who asked about signing into Facebook on a friend's phone. You'll have to remember your email address to get any further.

The second question depends on the site you're trying to access, but you'll probably just have to enter your different email addresses until you figure out which one it is.

If you have problems remembering your email address, you should probably write it down or pick one that's much easier to remember.

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Can not find my facebook aaccount and password but lost ny phone am using a friends but don't know how to do it

I'm not positive what you're asking. Your Facebook account will be tied to the email address or phone number you used to sign up with. You can log on from any phone or computer if you know your email address. Just click on the forgot password function if you don't remember it.

If you are trying to access Facebook from somebody else's phone, you will have to log out of their Facebook account first before entering your email address and password. Be sure to log out when you are done. You should also tell Facebook to log out of all devices since you lost your phone.

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Account was created using an email that I no longer have access to. When I was on vacation in another country the account reset the Password for security reasons. When I try to reset PW it asks me to...

Contact customer service and let them know you are having fraud issues. I had an email sent from my account from the other side of the world and they helped me fix it. Email them from another account if you have to.

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Account was created using an email that I no longer have access to. When I was on vacation in another country the account reset the Password for security reasons. When I try to reset PW it asks me to...

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Access emails

Just fine if the account was started on a different computer, as long as you know your username and password. its okay setup or access your gmail account as long as the platform supports it.

Jul 05, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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When my husbond get online, i cannot get online with facebook after him trying to.

You need to login with your own access codes for your own profile. Most computers are used by one main user. In the case where there are more than one, you need to remember your access codes for social network accounts like Facebook, as well as Twitter and others. Public Email accounts are also affected by this.
Either use a software solution to remember all of your passwords or use different computers.
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My computer appears to be freezing and then over period of few minutes will ''unfreeze'' but cannot connect to internet or get my email--just keeps saying connecting. Was away on a long vacation and forgot...

This can be caused my many different problems, my best guess as the pc was on while away is that you may have a virus. If you have anti virus do a complete scan with updated virus definitions. Also check that your hard disk is not full. If you need detailed instructions or these suggestions did not clear the problem please post back.

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Gmail Auto Reply

Google HelpGmail HelpGeneral › Setting an automatic vacation response
Setting an automatic vacation response
Going on vacation? No access to the Internet? No problem! Use Gmail's vacation responder to let people know you won't be able to get back to them right away. You can set up a vacation response in your Gmail settings that will automatically reply to anyone who emails you. While the vacation responder is enabled, Gmail will send a response to anyone who contacts you.* If that person contacts you again after four days and your vacation responder is still enabled, Gmail will send another vacation response to remind the person that you're away from your email.
Here's how to let people know you can't respond right away:
  1. Sign in to Gmail.
  2. Click Settings along the top of any Gmail page.
  3. From the General tab, select Vacation responder on in the Vacation responder: section.
  4. Enter the subject and body of your message in the Subject: and Message: fields.
    • If you've enabled a personalized signature in your settings, Gmail will automatically append it to the bottom of your vacation response.
  5. Check the box next to Only send a response to people in my Contacts if you don't want everyone who emails you to know that you're away from your mail.
  6. Click Save Changes.
While the vacation responder is enabled, you'll see a banner across the top of any Gmail page, displaying the subject of your vacation response. To stop Gmail from automatically sending the response, click end now within the banner. Or, if you'd like to edit the response, click vacation settings.
  • Keep in mind that your vacation response will start over each time you edit it -- if someone receives your initial vacation response, and then emails you again after you've edited the subject or body of the message, he or she will receive the edited response, too.
* Messages classified as spam and messages addressed to a mailing list you subscribe to will not receive a vacation response.


Oct 22, 2008 | Google Gmail

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