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What do I have to click on to change my address

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.

Jan 18, 2018 | Computers & Internet

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I need to change my e-m address on my Facebook account.I forgot my pass word and the e-mail that it is sent to does not exist anymore. My FB account has an OLD E-MAIL address that does not exist.

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.

Nov 04, 2016 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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How do I change my postal and email address?

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?

Sep 17, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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High School name wrong dont know how to correct it please help email

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

Oct 16, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I want to go back to my old page, but the e-mail that I had used does not exist anymore. I have a new e-mail address and I want to used this address to get back on my old page, not the new account tha

Hi Frank,

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.


Dec 16, 2011 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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I have a problem getting into g-mail. One of the main solutions requires that I supply a secondary e-mail address. The secondary e-mail address I had originally entered does not exist anymore. How can I...

Here's how to change your recovery email address:
  1. Sign in to Gmail.
  2. Click the gear icon mail_6567_gear_icon.png at the top of any Gmail page, then Mail settings, and open the Accounts and Import tab.
  3. Click Change password recovery options in the 'Change account settings' section.
  4. Select Recovering your password under Personal Settings. You may be prompted to re-enter your password to help verify your password and protect your account.
  5. Click Add an email address if you don't have a recovery email address set already, or click the Edit link next to your current recovery email address to change it.
  6. Click Save to make your changes.
  7. Close the Google Account window using your browser's Close button if you don't want to sign out of Gmail just yet.

Nov 02, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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How do I change the e-mail on my existing paypal account - which I can't access - to my usual e-mail account which I can access without any difficulty at all?

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

Jul 28, 2011 | PayPal Accounts

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I changed password and I my alternative e-mail address doesn't exist anymore....

Try recreating the email ID that is not found to exist. If you cannot create the email ID or the password is not working for some reason contact the customer support/care of the email company.

Mar 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Need to chang my e-mail address

Log in to your PayPal account as usual with your (old) email address and PayPal password.

Then go to My Account -> Profile -> Add or edit email and
  • Add the new email address first
  • Make it the Primary address
  • then remove the old one.
You can keep your existing PayPal password, no need to change that.

Apr 07, 2010 | PayPal Accounts

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