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Changing broadband query?

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[mod] 1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
Hi guys/ girls :)

There is a fountain of knowledge on this site so what better place to come with my question!

I'm going to change my broadband provider (i'm currently with AOL), dont know who i'm going to change to as yet. But what i need to know is: can i get all my old emails forwarded to my new email address. (like an email forwardinfg service or something) lol!

Thats the only thing thats been holding me back from changing provider, i hate the thought of having to tell everyone my new email address, not to mention all the newsletters i'm signed up to etc etc

Any helps appreciated
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[mod] 1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
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#1
you get to keep your email address and access to it if you close the adsl contract with them?
[mod]#2
you get to keep your email address and access to it if you close the adsl contract with them?


lol! Thanks steff i didnt know that (ive never changed provider before). So how would i access it ?
#3
I'm not sure that AOL will do that. When I used them, some tiome ago, closing the account stopped any access to the old e-mail address details. Perhaps it's changed now, I hope so for your sake :)
[mod]#4
Oh no thanks ray .. i suppose should contact aol and just ask them :?
#5
I closed out an AOL account in march 2005 and they let me keep my address. You should be able to forward mail from your account settings.
#6
I would suggest just using Gmail as your main email account. I haven't used outlook for a couple of years now. Obviously won't then matter what provider or what PC you are on for email access.
#7
I just checked out AOL trying to use my old username/e-mail address without any success. But that was a few years ago, although it sent a forgotten password to my then e-mail lol
#8
I'm also with AOL and have the same fears as millarcat as it would really cause me a lot of hassle to change my email address.

In fact I'm going to wait until Talk talk have equipment fitted into my exchange and then change knowing that I'll not find cheaper broadband elsewhere..well not unless I subscribe to Sky which is something I will probably never do,

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