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Old email address

How do I access my former email address; I bought a new PC after my old one died.

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  • Buf or Duf Apr 18, 2008

    Do you need my previous email address? If so, email me & I will send it only to you.

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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.

My favorite email tools is Courier Mail, formerly known as Calypso mail, by Rose City Software. It is powerful and simple to use, and it is not as popular a target for hacks and viruses.

Last time I checked, Rose city was giving it away for free, as
a promotion for their (other) products.

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