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You can get a free online account from places like www.gmail.com or www.mail.yahoo.com. With an online account you will be able to access your email from any computer with internet access. Just pick an email address, anything of your choosing but it may take a few tries to find something that hasn't been taken already. And set your password. That's all there is to it!
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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It isn't possible to change your username once you've created an address [...]Your best bet is to create a new Gmail account and set up mail forwarding from your old account to the new one. You could set up your old address as a POP3 account on your new one (under Mail Settings -> Forwarding and POP/IMAP) and retrieve existing mail messages. There is no way to automatically migrate other settings either, but you can recreate them manually
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