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king6

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How do you get a alternate E-mail? My current Email is outlook express and I like it fine. But my address has my wife and my first name in it. I would like a additional E-Mail address so I can participate in some Bloggs and receive Email separately from my outlook express.

Can I have both Emails in my system and easy to use?


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Greetings king6, and welcome to Geeks To Go! Can you tell me who your ISP (Internet Service Provider) is? :)
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You can have as many e-mail addresses as you want and even set up separate accounts within Outlook Express with your own password. GMail is very popular and provides POP3 service. HotMail and Yahoo Mail both are good, but POP3 is only available for paid accounts.

GMail provides instructions with images to set up many different email programs to use POP3 so Outlook Express is listed.
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You can have as many e-mail addresses as you want and even set up separate accounts within Outlook Express with your own password. GMail is very popular and provides POP3 service. HotMail and Yahoo Mail both are good, but POP3 is only available for paid accounts.

GMail provides instructions with images to set up many different email programs to use POP3 so Outlook Express is listed.


Thank you very much.
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You're very welcome. Hope that information is of real help. Post back here if you have problems related to this post. Thank you for using GTG.
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