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Email I can't delete email accounts set up on my phone

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What kind of account, what application (email client)?
I know on Windows Live it doesn't give an option to delete. You have to choose switch account, then after you go thru warnings that you will lose all information related to old account, it will drop you out at signup screen for new email, select cancel. No more windows live account.

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with your phone.
However, I know that everyone uses Email, so I will give you
an example of how configurable is.

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[with providers with automatic settings - Motorola approved]

During automatic setup all the necessary settings for the ISP is downloaded from the network. A few popular ISPs with automatic settings include:

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