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reggie32

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Hi there all.. I need help. I need to find out what email accounts have ever been set up on a laptop. For example Hotmail, gmail, facebook. Is there such a way of finding this information. I stumbled across a list before which contained the email addresses but I just cannot remember how I accessed this. Would appreciate any advice.
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Ztruker

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Hotmail, Gmail, Facebook, etc are all setup on the servers belonging to those vendors. There is no way I know of to tell which ones have been setup as the data does not reside on the computer.
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I need to find out what email accounts have ever been set up on a laptop.

Are you talking about the profiles configured in Outlook?
If yes then check this page scroll down and follow the steps in Configure Outlook to prompt you for a specific profile when the program starts. See if that helps.
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Troy

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Not to mention there are other programs that you can configure email accounts (i.e. including but not limited to Thunderbird, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, and my all-time unfavourite, Incredimail)
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