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Yes. as long as he knows your acess codes. he can do everything just like you can..

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Hi there, I can imagine it can be frustrating to keep changing it from one to another. What I do with my wife, is I install to Internet browsers on the computer, for instance beside Internet Explorer I put Mozilla Firefox (you can install Opera or Chrome, or maybe you already have a second one installed). This way, each one of them keeps the cookies for one account, so my wife uses Internet Explorer and I use Firefox to go on Facebook. This way I don't have to log her out everytime I want to go on Facebook.

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Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com

If another account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out."

If you then still can't log into your account, click the "Can't access your account?" link on the sign-in page.

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How can I limit spam mail without closing account and opening another?


Don't Post Addresses Online- Never post email addresses online such as in message boards, forums or on websites for all to see. Spammers (and Phishers) have automated processes that can 'harvest' these. If you must post it, then disguise the format (e.g. john.smithATgmailDOTcom).
- If you receive a lot of spam, a web search for your email address may reveal whether it is posted anywhere online and you can remove it.
Avoid Common, Guessable Formats- The more complicated your email address, the less likely it will become a target for spam. Spammers use software that trys to guess email addresses and a commonly used format such as firstname.surname@company.com will be a greater target of attack than firstname1_surname1@company.com.
- Obviously, the trade-off is that your email address will not be quite as memorable or look as nice.
Limit Sharing of Addresses- The more you share your email address, the more spam you will receive, it is that simple.
- Never share your primary personal or work email addresses with those you don't know or trust.
Use 'Disposable' Addresses- Many stores and online services request email addresses for things like account registration, mailing lists and discounts. Set up an email address specifically for these cases, so you do not have to use your primary personal or work email address.
- When spam becomes an issue for this additional email address, simply dispose of it and set up a new one. Services such as Gmail allow you to check and send from different email addresses in one place, facilitating easy management of multiple addresses.
No Email Based Screen Names- If you participate in message boards, chatrooms, Twitter or similar where you display an on-screen name, don't use your email address before the @ sign as the screen name.
- Spammers will often take screen names and add common email endings such as @gmail.com, @yahoo.com and @hotmail.com, in order to guess legitimate email addresses.
Delete without Opening- It is often obvious from the subject line that an email is spam.
- Simply add the sender to your spam filter and delete the email without even opening it. If you do not open it, there is no possibility of the spammer being informed that your email account is active.
Disable Automatic Content Downloads
- Automatically downloading images or other dynamic content in emails might make them look nice, but can reveal to the spammer that your email account is active.
- As a minimum, turn off automatic image downloads in your emails until you are sure the email is trusted and not spam or a phishing email. Specifying to read messages in plain text only will add a further level of security, as all dynamic content will be blocked from download.
Don't Forward Spam- Be wary of emails from anyone asking you to forward the email on, such as petition, chain or joke emails. By forwarding these emails, you are effectively spamming others.
- In addition, these emails are used by spammers to obtain legitimate email addresses for spamming, as they contain the email address of everyone who has forwarded the message along with the addresses of everyone each person forwarded it to.
Never Reply or Click the Links- Clicking links, including the ubiquitous 'unsubscribe' link, in spam emails or replying to spam, will confirm to the spammer that your email account is active, resulting in more spam being received. It may also direct you to a website that contains malware.
- Never reply to spam and avoid clicking links in spam emails. Only click the 'unsubscribe' link for marketing emails you remember signing up for.
Never Purchase anything from Spam- Don't fall for products or services advertised in spam emails, no matter how good they may sound. If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
- Buying something advertised in spam only supports the case for spamming and will likely increase the amount of spam you receive, as the spammers now know you are willing to buy.
Avoid Opting In- When purchasing or registering something online, there are usually one or more checkboxes allowing you to opt out of marketing communications or sharing of your information with other 'partners'. If you opt in, you may be opting in to a lot of future spam.
- Always read the opt-out messages with care, as these are cleverly worded to get you to opt-in. Some of them require either selection or de-selection to opt out, whilst others require a mix of selection and de-selection to fully opt out!
Read Privacy Policies- Always read the website's privacy policy before purchasing products or registering your details for software or services online.
- Understand how your email address may be used and whether they can share or sell it to other third parties, who could be spammers.
Use a Spam filter- Activate Phishing and Spam filters on your email account and in your Internet browser to help ensure you avoid receiving spam in the first place.
- Most reputable email service providers will have spam filters that you can turn on, some of which allow very granular policies to be set.
Report Spam- Report spam that does slip through the net to your email service provider or your company, as applicable.
- This will add the sender to their spam filters, identify whether spam filter policies need to be updated and will block future spam from that sender appearing in your inbox again. Reporting spam can also result in the spammer being identified and criminally prosecuted.
Keep Anti-Virus Software Updated- Ensure your anti-virus software is kept up to date and download the latest signatures on a daily basis.
- A lot of malware is designed to access your email contacts and send spam or malware to them from your email account without you even realising.
If it all gets too much...- Finally, if the amount of spam becomes too much to control, you may simply have to start again and obtain a new email address.
- Monitor the old email account in parallel to ensure that all legitimate contacts have your new email address, then delete the old one.

May 03, 2015 | Google Gmail

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I have 2 gmail accounts.I want to keep both, how do I acces my old one cause I keep getting my new one!


Have you got it linked to anther email account?

The accounts should be separate, unless you have given exactly the details.

You should be able to log-on using the email address tingles2020@gmail.com and using the password you gave on setting it up.

Then check the settings, that you have not "shared" the account.

If so remove the share and you should be able to log into each account separately.

Feb 28, 2015 | gmail.com

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Me and my husband share a email address, he has a Facebook account and I want to but when I put my email address, one that we share it won't let me finish registration. What can I do?


It isn't possible to have two Facebook accounts on one email address. It is however very easy to open a free web based email account (like Gmail for instance) and use that for your Facebook account.

Feb 24, 2015 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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How do i sign in an additional facebook account??. my husband and i share 1 computer?


You need a separate email account. For instance, if you have an ATT email go to gmail and sign up for a new account and then Facebook will reference the correct person.

Jan 29, 2015 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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Degodmer@gmail.com


Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com

When your husband's account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out."

Apr 13, 2014 | Google Gmail

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Login to my gmail account


Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com

If another account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out."

Feb 19, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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I have two gmail accounts and once i open one account I cannot open the second one. How do I get to the second account?


Sign out of the account by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out." You can then sign in to another account.

Jan 14, 2014 | Google Gmail

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I am not able to use paypal because my husband and I share the same e mail?


If your husband has already signed up for a PayPal account with that email address you will not be able to sign up a second account. You could either ask him for the PayPal; account password then add your account details to the PayPal account this would mean you would be sharing the PayPal account but be able to choice which account the purchase should go off when you make a purchase. The other option is you could make another email address for yourself and then sign up with that email address. You can get a free email account at www.gmail.com or www.yahoo.com. The last option is you could simply go to PayPal and say you forgot your password this would then ask you your email address put in the email address that you and your husband share and PayPal will send you a confirmation of the change of password to the email. Go to your email address and verify the action from the email they sent you. This will send you to a page where you can change the password to a new one. Affectively this will allow you to take over your husbands account.

Nov 26, 2010 | PayPal Accounts

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My husband and I share an email account. he


you can't use one email account to make two facebook accounts. It's one of their policy for security purposes as well. You can just create one email account from ,yahoo, gmail,hotmail or whaever accoutn you would like to sign up just for facebook account.

Jul 22, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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My husband opened a facebook account and I would like to also but whenever I type in my name it says there is already an account with that email address and won't let me go any further.


You will have to set up a secondary email account. I suspect that you are both sharing the email address in that you both get email there. Try something like Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, etc. It only takes a few minutes to set up the email account and then you can proceed with setting up your face book account.

Feb 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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