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I went to Eternal September to sign up, but have not started that process
yet. That's because they won't accept email addies under any AT&T domain,
including of course Bell South.

I have a yahoo account; I signed up for that in order to use Flickr. But I
*never* used the email addie. Is there a way to have Yahoo mail delivered to
my inbox, or will it be necessary to go to Yahoo every time I want to get to
Use Net?

Guess I'm a bit confused. Please, plain English, no jargon. ;o)

Diana



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On Mon, 13 Jul 2009 14:58:39 -0400, Diana Kulaga wrote:
I went to Eternal September to sign up, but have not started that process
yet. That's because they won't accept email addies under any AT&T domain,
including of course Bell South.

I have a yahoo account; I signed up for that in order to use Flickr. But I
*never* used the email addie. Is there a way to have Yahoo mail delivered to
my inbox, or will it be necessary to go to Yahoo every time I want to get to
Use Net?

Guess I'm a bit confused. Please, plain English, no jargon. ;o)

Diana



You just need to check the email account for your password.

Bob
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Very cool, Bob! I love answers like that. How's the boating life?

Diana

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On Mon, 13 Jul 2009 14:58:39 -0400, Diana Kulaga
wrote:
I went to Eternal September to sign up, but have not started that process
yet. That's because they won't accept email addies under any AT&T domain,
including of course Bell South.

I have a yahoo account; I signed up for that in order to use Flickr. But
I
*never* used the email addie. Is there a way to have Yahoo mail delivered
to
my inbox, or will it be necessary to go to Yahoo every time I want to get
to
Use Net?

Guess I'm a bit confused. Please, plain English, no jargon. ;o)

Diana



You just need to check the email account for your password.

Bob



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On Mon, 13 Jul 2009 15:44:32 -0400, Diana Kulaga wrote:
Very cool, Bob! I love answers like that. How's the boating life?


Nice summer so far but Jason Fisher took all my money at the SB show.


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On Mon, 13 Jul 2009 14:58:39 -0400 in Diana Kulaga wrote:
I went to Eternal September to sign up, but have not started that process
yet. That's because they won't accept email addies under any AT&T domain,
including of course Bell South.


With good reason... ATT and its subsidiaries bounces all email
with MXes pointing to european domains.

I have a yahoo account; I signed up for that in order to use Flickr. But I
*never* used the email addie. Is there a way to have Yahoo mail delivered to
my inbox, or will it be necessary to go to Yahoo every time I want to get to
Use Net?


Gmail supports this.
Once you have your gmail account.
Click on the "settings" link
Click on the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP"
Select "forward a copy" give it a forwarding address.
Save Changes

And just because you have an email account doesn't mean you actually
have to read it. I highly recommend creating a new single use email account
for every vendor that's slightly questionable and wants an email address.
Use it once, and forget about it.

Guess I'm a bit confused. Please, plain English, no jargon. ;o)


The above is as plain english as I get.

Diana




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Thanks, Chris. I appreciate your help - and plain English, too! I'll get
this all done tomorrow. Good advice about the single email addies.

Diana

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On Mon, 13 Jul 2009 14:58:39 -0400 in
Diana Kulaga
wrote:
I went to Eternal September to sign up, but have not started that process
yet. That's because they won't accept email addies under any AT&T domain,
including of course Bell South.


With good reason... ATT and its subsidiaries bounces all email
with MXes pointing to european domains.

I have a yahoo account; I signed up for that in order to use Flickr. But
I
*never* used the email addie. Is there a way to have Yahoo mail delivered
to
my inbox, or will it be necessary to go to Yahoo every time I want to get
to
Use Net?


Gmail supports this.
Once you have your gmail account.
Click on the "settings" link
Click on the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP"
Select "forward a copy" give it a forwarding address.
Save Changes

And just because you have an email account doesn't mean you actually
have to read it. I highly recommend creating a new single use email
account
for every vendor that's slightly questionable and wants an email address.
Use it once, and forget about it.

Guess I'm a bit confused. Please, plain English, no jargon. ;o)


The above is as plain english as I get.

Diana




--
Chris Dukes



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I'm posting via Eternal-September.org. Thanks, everyone, for the help. It
was a piece of cake.

Diana

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Thanks, Chris. I appreciate your help - and plain English, too! I'll get
this all done tomorrow. Good advice about the single email addies.

Diana

wrote in message
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On Mon, 13 Jul 2009 14:58:39 -0400 in
Diana Kulaga
wrote:
I went to Eternal September to sign up, but have not started that
process
yet. That's because they won't accept email addies under any AT&T
domain,
including of course Bell South.


With good reason... ATT and its subsidiaries bounces all email
with MXes pointing to european domains.

I have a yahoo account; I signed up for that in order to use Flickr. But
I
*never* used the email addie. Is there a way to have Yahoo mail
delivered to
my inbox, or will it be necessary to go to Yahoo every time I want to
get to
Use Net?


Gmail supports this.
Once you have your gmail account.
Click on the "settings" link
Click on the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP"
Select "forward a copy" give it a forwarding address.
Save Changes

And just because you have an email account doesn't mean you actually
have to read it. I highly recommend creating a new single use email
account
for every vendor that's slightly questionable and wants an email address.
Use it once, and forget about it.

Guess I'm a bit confused. Please, plain English, no jargon. ;o)


The above is as plain english as I get.

Diana




--
Chris Dukes







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