Way i dont ricive mi login code in mi mail
Security about login on the net is not like you think it could be. It is how the provider does set it up.
If he wants to send you a mail, you get a mail. If you are asking things about an account that is not your, you never will receive anything.
All mails services need an account name and a password. Just to verify you are the legal owner. That is why they did setup the security system in the first place. You think the system would be secure if anyone could give you a way to get in without a password?
On the login screen always is a button called I forgot my password (or something like that) if you press that button, most of the providers send you an e-mail, to one of your other accounts, you had to give when you did setup the account. Acknowledging you received that mail, they will tell you how you can make a new password for your account. If you don't receive a mail, the person who has the account, will be informed someone was asking to reset the password.
If you tried to setup an email account and you never received a mail in an existing mail box, the account is not setup for you.
Lots of people think they did setup an account with their name, and don't see the server is telling the account name is already in use, and they should use another name.
So only if a recent mail is acknowledging the account is yours, you can be sure it is yours. And till you change the password, remember that password, because without it. the account is lost for everyone.
Jun 25, 2014 |