Question about Computers & Internet
This happend from time to time, as I do not know who is provider of your e-mail services, I cannot advice any closer.
Most providers have homepage where you can log in and change your access and e-mail password, some of them do that over the phone, you need to either, contact your e-mail provider (usually your internet provider) or they contact page and change it.
If this is Yahoo, Qmail, MSN or any other free public account, again, you need to log in on they homepage, and then change password. You need your previous password in most cases to change it!
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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