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Re: old email address
Contact you IP (internet) provider, identify yourself, and ask them for your email address, server password and server details to set up your email client (program on your computer)
If they cannot retrieve your password, they can reset it and allow you to get in that way. They will also assist you in installing and configuring your email (client) program, such as Outlook, Eudora ... etc.
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Usually email providers have a method to recover an email address that can no longer be accessed by the owner. If you have a web email provider or a 3rd party email provider like gmail, hotmail, yahoo - you can simply click "forgotten password" or "forgotten username" on the login page. If order for these to work though - you'll have had to have set up the account with security questions or alternate email addresses for the info to be sent to you to view. If you did not do either, you will have to try guessing the password or username or contact the provider's support people. Ultimately, if you can not provide proof that you own the email account I'm afraid your access to it will be lost.
If however your email is provided by your internet service provider (ISP) such as Comcast, Cox, ATT, Verizon, etc., you should be able to regain access to the email account by contacting the ISP's tech support people.
Short answer is no if you mean you wish to receive emails from your old account. A solution would be to set an automatic response on your old email account to say that your email address has changed and also set a forwarder to forward emails to your new account from your old account. if you have no access to your old account anymore than other than contacting everybody with your new address there is not much you can do
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Unfortunately, you won't be able to get tadoust email on an MSN or BigPond account (unless BigPond perchance took over tadoust?), unless you were able to forward it to your new account before the old one closed.
It's possible that your old email was saved on your local hard drive. If so, we need to know the program you were using to access it.
I have looked, and can't quickly find any reference to 'tadoust.com' -- what was the name of your old ISP (internet/mail provider)? Knowing that might help track down some sort of contingency plan.
*DO* contact all the contacts you know as soon as possible to let them know of your new email address. I know this will be a challenge without access to your old email, but do the best you can -- get on the phone, text, etc.
Go to http://www.yahoo.com from here go to "Mail". Here type your email id and password that you had in your previous ID. Now please mention what you are getting at this point when you hit Sign in here. Please try to mention exact information.
I am sorry but without more information I cant help you or him. I need to know what kind of email address he has. Is it one of the cheapo free ones from google (gmail) yahoo or hotmail? Or is it a good old smtp email address that you would access from outlook express or windows email program? windows xp and older used outlook express as a default email program. Vista and newer have a windows mail program somewhat inferior to the old outlook express.
Gmail, yahoo, and hotmail are all browser based and as long as you know your signin and password you can access it from any computer.
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.