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I think there is no way, the best thing to do is inform your contacts about what happened to your email account. So that they won't entertain emails coming from it.
Inform the financial institutions such as the bank if your email is linked with them.
Create a new email address and remember the lesson you learned by sharing your passwords with your former bf.
Lastly, hire a ninja to assault your ex (just kidding) :)
Posted on May 31, 2010
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