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If you mean your e-mail address, most ISP's won't allow changing an existing domain.
You have to re-register a new account/domain then transfer data from old account to new account.
The ISP may need to authorize this.
Once this is done you may contact the ISP to remove old account.
There is a way you can do that. I accidentally stumbled upon it after I tried over and over again to help someone get in. It finally popped up and said I could have a text sent to a number and it would send it to me. It was very random.
Why should you change your addresses? I assume the post arriving where you worked, you don't have to answer anymore.
If everything should be right, your former boss should answer the e-mails with a message, you are no longer there and who they should send the e-mail when they want something from the firm.
When you were using an e-mail address belonging to a firm for private reasons, and you can't access it anymore, you can't tell anyone you changed your address.
You better setup an email account on Google (Gmail) or Yahoo (Ymail) for free and tell all your contacts how they can reach you, if they need to contact you. Your postal address always should be the one where you live. That did not chance, did it?
It isn't possible to change your username once you've created an address [...]
Your best bet is to create a new Gmail account and set up mail forwarding from your old account to the new one. You could set up your old address as a POP3 account on your new one (under Mail Settings -> Forwarding and POP/IMAP) and retrieve existing mail messages. There is no way to automatically migrate other settings either, but you can recreate them manually
First of all, never use your official mail id as your social networking sign up mail. When you leave the company,you cannot receive your notifications from Facebook since that company mail id would be non-functional then.
Now,Have you forgotten you Password? Then it would be hard unless your old company has not blocked your mail-id. If your pioneeris mail id is still accessible,you can go to your new Facebook account by using 'Forgot Password' link in the main page of Facebook and following the steps detailed there.
Or else, create new account. If you are using the same computer, my guess is Facebook generates suggested friends using your IP or something. I'm not sure here. But when I deleted my FB account just for knowing how it happens and signed up with other mail id, i was surprised to see my old friends coming up in suggestions.
I can realise that connecting with people and explaining them what happened is a painful process,but in future,make sure you create Facebook account with your personal mail id and keep a strong yet easy to remember Password.
You need to login to PayPal using your old email address and password.
Go into Profile and My Details.
Select Update in the Email Line.
Select Add and enter your new email address.
Once the new email address is added you need to select the black dot next to it and then click Make Primary