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What is Orangehome's email address? I need to change my email address.

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Unfortunately, you cant change it.. you have to make a new one... its one of their policies

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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How do I change email address


The easiest way is to create a new email address by going to www.gmail.com and setting up a new email address. On the other hand, it would be better if you asked them to deliver all correspondence by standard "snail mail" as there are a lot of email scams out there and email is not the way most reptutable companies do business.

Jul 09, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to keep a check on Email Spam?


Step 1: Set up "filters" in your Gmail account to automatically delete junk mail from specific senders. While spammers tend to change their email addresses frequently, you will sometimes get repeated spam messages from the same sender. Go into your "Settings," click "Filters," and set up a filter that automatically deletes all incoming emails from the sender.

Step 2: If you are getting junk mail from the same company, but the return address keeps changing, create a filter to delete the emails by detecting certain words. For example, maybe the company is called Global Moneymaking Enterprises. Create a filter that catches all emails that contain those three words and set it to delete them automatically.

Step 3: Rather than deleting junk emails that make it into your Gmail inbox, select them and click the "Report Spam" button. This will move the message into your spam folder, but it will also give Google information to help it improve its spam filter.

Step 4: Set up a special Gmail address that you use for making purchases, signing up for newsletters, and doing other activities that require you to give out your email address. Sometimes companies will opt you into promotional offers or sell your email address to spammers. Block this mail from coming to your main Gmail account by protecting that address and only giving out your special account address.

Step 5: If you notice a lot of junk emails in your spam folder that contain certain words, set up a filter to screen out emails with those words. Terms such as Viagra are common, but spammers often change them around to defeat spam filters, However, many of these changes are used frequently. For example, many spammers use the same Vi@gara misspelling. When you notice this, block those terms and you won't even get their messages in your Gmail spam folder.

on May 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Tips to Find Unauthorized Activity on Your Email Account


Do you suspect that your email account is under attack? Do you want to maintain total security of your email account and make it 100% hack proof? Well, Some times our email account might have got hacked and we may not be aware of that. We may believe that our email account is safe, but in reality our private and confidential information may be falling into the hands of a third person.
Here are some signs of unauthorized activity on an email account.
1. Your new emails are marked as Read even if you’ve not read them.
2. Your emails are moved to Trash or even permanently deleted without your notice.
3. Your emails are being forwarded to a third party email address (check your settings->forwarding).
4. Your secondary email address is changed.
If you come across any of the above activities on your email account, then it is a clear indication that your email account is hacked.
Additional Security Features in Gmailto ensure the Safety of your Account
Gmail provides an additional security feature to protect your email account through the means of IP address logging. That is, Gmail records your IP addressevery time you login to your Gmail account. So, if a third party getsaccess to your account then even his/her IP is also recorded. To see alist of recordedIP address, scroll down to the bottom of your Gmail account and you’ll see something like this.


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You can see from the above figure that Gmail shows the IP address of last login (last account activity). You can click on Details to see the IP address of your last 5 activities. If you find that the IP listed in the logs doesn’t belong to you, then you can suspect unauthorized activity.
Steps to be carried out to stop unauthorized activity on your email account
If you feel/suspect that your account is hacked then you must immediately take the actions mentioned below
1. Change your Password
2. Change your security question.
2. Remove any third party email address (if any) to which your account is set to forward emails.
3. Make sure that you can access the email account of your secondary email address.
4. Also change you secondary email password and security question.
This ensures that your account is safe from future attacks.

on Dec 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Unable to use Outlook Express as my main default email..all my emails addressed to geoffrey@scholes1129.fsnet.co.uk are now accessed via Orange web mail.whereas previously all my emails came by Outlook...


help and technical support how to set up Outlook 2003 to access Orange email Article ID: kb3529 Which version of Outlook am I using?
There are a number of versions of Microsoft Outlook available. These instructions provide a step by step guide to setting up Outlook 2003, however if you use a different version, the instructions can be adapted using the settings section.
If you're unsure which version of Outlook you are using, click on Help and select About Microsoft Office Outlook.
open the Outlook 2003 options panel
From Outlook 2003, click on the Tools menu and select Options.

Tip: If you are unable to see Options click on the double arrow at the bottom to expand the list.
set up an email account
  • from the Options panel, select the Mail Setup tab
  • in the 'email account field' click on Email Accounts
choose the option Add a new email account and click on Next
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Choose the option POP3 and click on Next


from the 'Email Settings' field, enter the information below:
Once entered, click on More Settings

Internet email receive a message with the subject 'Microsoft Office Outlook Test Message' from yourself, demonstrating that you are now able to send and receive emails using Outlook 2003.
For more info check the link below
http://help.orange.co.uk/resultDisplay.do?gotoLink=221&docType=1006&contextId=843:221.247,168.217&docPropValue=kb3529&clusterName=DefaultCluster&contentId=5f4e52e7-ddc0-41b2-9417-c71b96daea1f&responseId=7fc004a3f2245237:100ebec:11981924106:6059&groupId=1&answerGroup=1&score=937&page=http://ESERVER_d850d292-3b68-4bd3-ab4f-99fc164b3c25.xhtml&result=0&excerpt=Microsoft+Outlook,+Outlook&resultType=5002#Goto221


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Apr 24, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I have 2 email add, one for my personal, and the recent job application wherein they ask me to change email add


Hello, I am assuming that you want to change your email address, unfortunately most, if not all free email providers do not allow you to change your email address. The best solution to this problem would be to create a new email address and redirect emails to your old account to your new one which is very simple to do.

Jun 11, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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I changed my e-mail address and now it won't let me in to facebook. I have tried to re-confirm but it won't accept my password which I did not change. I tried copying/pasting, etc. nothing worked. Please...


Facebook has settings it uses (that YOU set it up with) to confirm any changes to your account.

Any time you change something on Facebook, it will confirm that YOU are the proper owner of the account by sending a CONFIRM email to (the email address you set it up with.) You would need to CONFIRM this email (your old email address?) before any changes take place.

If you changed your email you should have registered this change in your Facebook account settings FIRST.

Try logging in to Facebook with your old account settings (email/password), then go straight to changing your default email contact address (this is not effective until it receives a REPLY from this NEW email account, so it can verify that the NEW account is actually valid.)
THEN Facebook will have finalized your change.

Hope this helps.

Feb 08, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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My e-mail coming to me is going to another address sometimes


changing email address will loose only the profile that you created from old email. If your talking about the address book and personal files ( like old emails ). All you have to do is Archive it and open it from the email client (Outlook, Outlook express, Thunderbird, etc.) that you're using from new email address.

Please tell us the email client that you are currently using so that I can tell you where to grab the address book and Personal files from default folder.

Oct 08, 2008 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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I am using the wrong e-mail adress how do i change it to the one given to me by virgin media?


I would contact Virgin Mobile and tell them your original email address and have them to set it up with their servers. If you have had an email address for a long time and want to keep it simple tell Virgin this.If they say it is or will not work then you might have to create a new email address. I would avoid this if possible. I have had the same email address for over 7 years now and it is a pain to change it. The only positive thing about changing is that your email count will be very low in numbers for quit some time. I'm thinking of doing it simple because I receive more then 60 emails per day!!! I hope this helps you to understand what it is I am trying to tell you what I would do!!!
Sincerely,
Phil Whisenant

Sep 26, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I use Outlook Express for Emailing, i would like to change my present email address please can you help me to do this? Regards Clive.


Outlook Express is just a software which can send and recieve emails from any email account configured on it(Outlook Express). regardless of yahoo, gmail, comcast.net ,aol.com etc.

So if you want to change your email address and want to use it on outlook express, you need to first create an email account by going to the website on which you want to create an email address.

Once you have created the email address we can look for the POP/SMTP server settings of that particular email account on the internet .
Once we have those(POP/SMTP) addresses we can configure Outlook Express to send and recieve emails for your new email account.

Jun 04, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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