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I keep getting my old e-mail every day but I don't get any new e-mail.

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You just check with your domine , from where you get the mails...

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Which email account ?
If you currently have an e-mail address or you're thinking about getting one, you need to know how to access your account to check your messages.

Open a new browser and go to your e-mail provider's website.
To ensure that you navigate to the proper site, type your e-mail provider's URL (or website address) into the address bar at the top of the page.

Locate the "Mail" icon on the homepage.
Click on that mail icon and you will be directed to the appropriate sign-in page to access your e-mail inbox.

Provide your correct login details.
You will need to type your username/ID and password into the appropriate boxes and click the button that says "Sign In."

Click on the link that says "Inbox."
Once you click on the inbox link, you will have access to all of your messages, both old and new e-mails.

The unread mail is usually in bold, which makes it easier to identify your new messages.
Simply click on the subject of that e-mail to read your message.
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You may have no other option but to keep the spam folder emptied, empty the trash file and sort thru and delete any old mail you don't wish to keep.

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I would suggest you to move the mails data from old server to new server by using copy method. i would like to know which mail client are you using in the old system, this will help me to identify the data type.
Once this is known to i can send the instruction sheet or remote help in moving the data.
Internet problem could be either due to configuration issue or the service outage.
This can be figured out by online support.

If you feel i can help in this. Please let me know.

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Download this file and save it on desktop.

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