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For personal privacy issues have been advised by my attorney to change my email address how
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To fix the responding issue, you need to tell your iphone which account is the default account for sending your emails.
touch settings, then mail, and at the bottom of that page in the sending section it asks which account is your default.
The iphone will always use this accoutn to send emails if you start an email outside of the mail program, like by clicking an email in your contacts list or on a webpage.
Now if your in another POP account in the mail program and you click compose message it should be sent from that account.
Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
1) u have to open Internet exploner.thn u c TOOLS on menu bar "click" on thn "internet option".an other small window open thn on ther top a link is highlighted with blue colour.in that box u can change ur home page.u can set ur home pager what is ur desired website.
2) U are hacked.u hav to refresh ur window intanly.fresh u have to formate ur drive on which window is installed.thn chage ur Google ID password.
3) Google is unsafe as compare to Yahoo and Hotmail and other messengers
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot Send Email to Anyone!
Also, it looks like Yahoo are now checking the verification of your account before you can use the SMTP service.
You need to do this..
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
i've had this problem also, the problem lies within yahoo's mail server your best option is to email their customer support team with your problem.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
There is a very simple solution to this problem. in your gmail account you should be able to invite her to use gmail and just have her create a gmail account all her own, instead of being on a sub account under you.
I have actually never heard of what you are describing before, and I have been a gmail user for years, well, matter of fact since it started.
If she uses her own separate email account, not a sub account of any kind, that will resolve the issues.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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