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to recover an old microsoft account you need to visit account.live.com/acsr and type your last known email address (Outlook,xbox live or other Microsoft services). If you cannot remember your original domain name then you will have to create a new account more than likely.
With most websites requiring you to create an account, do you find yourself in a bit of a pickle when it comes to inventing passwords? Many people use the same password for all their online accounts and often forget the password they came up with months ago. Hands up who doesn’t feel like banging your head against the wall trying to remember the password you created months ago?
Let’s face it - everyone has problems with creating and remembering secure passwords. That’s why we decided to help.
Tips on how to create and remember your passwords:
•Use the first letters of a sentence that you will remember,e.g. "I have 3 cats: Fluffy, Furry and Shaggy" gives: Ih3c:FF&S, or “Bouncing tigers have every right to ice-cream” becomes: Bther2I-C.
•Take the name of the website and then add your personal twist, like your height or your friend’s home address (e.g. “AmazonOceanRd6’2”). Avoid using your own contact details like your phone number or house number.
•Remove the vowels from a word or phrase e.g. "I like eating pancakes” becomes: Ilktngpncks”.
•Use a phrase from your favourite book and then add the page, paragraph or chapter number.
The Do’s and Don'ts of creating passwords
•Mix letters, numbers and symbols, and use case sensitivity (upper and lower case letters)
•The longer the better. Use passwords that are longer than 6 characters.
•Change your passwords at least every 60 days, cycling the numeric values up or down makes the new password easy to remember.
•Try copying and pasting at least some of the characters in your password that way keyloggers won’t be able to track your keystrokes.
•Don’t use words or phrases or numbers that have personal significance. It is very easy for someone to guess or identify your personal details like date of birth.
•Don’t use the same password for several logins, especially if they involve sensitive financial or other personal information.
•When registering on websites that ask for your email address, never use the same password as your email account.
A signature is created by establishing an account only as the owner of the device from which documents would be created. A cell phone only has one account allowable. The process of setting up a signature is described.
1. Sign into the internet with the browser provided in the phone.
2. Locate your email account, explore through the settings to find user account settings
3. The internet email account area should provide the options including typesrcitpt adjustment, format, fonts and several functions available to create your signature.
4. using the keypad area of the phone ocne at the signature area provided by the email acount login, customise the signature of choice.
Remember that signatures identify the sender of messages sent on to another person by email messages. You can only set the signature by first signing into the email your email account. The features of the email including creating an account, aslo provides the options on which to engrave a unique signature to identify the sender of emails on a network. The keypad area is only used to craft the mesage on the signature.
If you have purchased a full version of the Microsoft office Application, your COA(product key) will be safe.
If you have purchased the Microsoft Office Application online, you may obtain the COA key from your Microsoft online Account.
This account will be created while purchasing the Application online.
you may login to this Account by using the email address which you have provided during the purchase.
you may use the Email address as the username and the assigned password.
The COA key of the Microsoft office Application will be saved in this Account.
the Account will be automatically created during the purchase.
you may also download the Application again, once you have obtained the COA key.
If you dont remember the Email ID and password, you may also obtain the COA key by contacting the Microsoft Support Team.
link to contact Microsoft Support Team:
You need atleast the email address that had been used and should be able to log in. There is on other way, you can delete that account. If you are still able to see the profile on that account, you might get the email address he used in ine info tab (if he allowed that to be shown then).
you can also just leave it alone and maybe, eventually it will get deleted automatically. Or you cam write mail to facebook support with request to delete the account with proper information that your son had hat accound along with the link to the profile.
Before using Outlook to access more than one email account there are some caveats to this type of access.
• All email will be delivered to one inbox unless another Outlook Data File is created for the account and a rule created to move the message to the data file. If storing all in email in one data file is acceptable then a rule can be created to move the email to a folder to keep accounts separate.
• When creating or replying to an email you need to select which account the email should be sent from. This is accomplished by selecting Accounts in the mail compose windows and selecting the account to use.
Steps for Setting Up an Additional Email Account:
1. Tools 2. Email Accounts 3. Select Add a new email account click Next 4. Select POP3 5. Fill in Your Name 6. Fill in Email address for account 7. Enter User Name for account 8. Enter Password for account - check Remember password if you don’t want to login each time you send and receive email. 9. Enter Incoming Mail Server (POP3) – Information provided by ISP 10. Enter Outgoing Mail Service (SMTP) – Information provided by ISP
If this is all the information the ISP requires then click Test Account Settings to determine if everything is setup correctly. If additional information is required follow the steps below. If Outlook can perform a test send/receive with no errors then you are finished! Click Next and then Finished.
If the test fails, check your settings to make sure everything is entered correctly. Pay close attention to the username and password fields as this is usually where the problem occurs.
If the ISP requires outgoing authentication follow these steps:
1. Click on More Settings 2. Click on Outgoing Server tab 3. Check the box next to My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication 4. Make sure the Use same settings as my incoming settings is selected 5. If this is all of the required information click OK and then Test Account Settings
If the ISP requires that Server Port number needs to be changed:
1. Click on More Settings 2. Click Advanced Tab 3. Change the Incoming or Outgoing Port Number to the number provided by ISP 4. Click on OK and then Test Account Settings