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I would recommend people always keep their e-mail separate from their ISP.

 

If nothing else, do you really want to have to tell everyone your new e-mail address if you change ISPs?

 

Not all ISPs even have their own e-mail service.

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I would recommend people always keep their e-mail separate from their ISP.

 

If nothing else, do you really want to have to tell everyone your new e-mail address if you change ISPs?

 

Not all ISPs even have their own e-mail service.

 

That's what I've always thought...I'm a virgin customer, but wouldn't use their email for any money...If I change supplier for whatever reason, then any emails I've saved would be lost, or at least a pain to migrate to another system. So I use hotmail, and have done for donkeys years. Yes it occasionally has the odd 'hissy-fit' but I've never had to change email addresses.

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I use virgin mail for somethings but use an independent mail program. I have never been asked to confirm or deny anything on my own computer not even my log in name or password for years.

 

Of course I would not be stupid enough to access anything I'm signed into on a computer other than my own.

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Due to public demand on their forum it has now been removed!

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Thanks Twitcher, I thought something would be done about it eventually

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