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Did you forget your password? Try logging in, and then request a new password, but have a secondary email account, in Yahoo or Mail or some other such, to recieve those messages at.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry we can't send your email from your old address to your new email address.
However, this is something you can do yourself very easily.
Login to your old email address using the same userid and password as you did in the past. Open the messages you want to keep then "Forward" the message to your new email account by entering your new address as the recipient.
If you can no longer access your old email account then you will need to contact the providers customer support department to gain access to your old account.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Issue: Unable to access Gmail Account even after having the correctUser name and Password
Note: Dear sir, please do not disclose any of your personal password online. That would cost you heavier at times in cases of credit cards or even mail account IDs like these.
Please open the above link and follow the steps provided. This should definitely help you in gaining access to your Account login.
Please revert me back if you require any further assistance with this issue.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
SOURCE: cannot change my email address
Google allows you to sign in via one account at a time. So if you have 2 or more Gmail accounts, you need to sign OUT from one before signing IN to the other.
To sign OUT from Gmail, go to the upper right corner of the page, click on the silhouette/photo, then click "Sign out". See also:
After you have signed OUT from one Gmail account, you can then sign IN for the other account.
For some additional ideas on managing multiple Gmail accounts, see this article:
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