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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by chichenitza, Dec 7, 2011.

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  1. chichenitza

    chichenitza Thread Starter

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    Dear Sir:
    I am using Verizon DSL to surf the web and I am using Verizon's email service. Can I use 2 email
    servies...I would loke the use Outlook also. Kindly help. Many Thanks.
    Norman
     
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  3. chichenitza

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    Sorry for being unclear.Using outlook with my verizon account for pesonal emails and using verizon's service for everyday emails
     
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    still unclear sorry

    your verizon account
    and
    your verizon's service

    are these different email services

    assuming you mean
    You have a DSL service via version - and therefore you can sign up for any email you want - gmail, hotmail, yahoo etc
    you have also been provided with an email account by version, because they do that as part of the DSL package

    and yes you could have these two accounts coming into one outlook client on your PC
    the limitation will be services like hotmail & Yahoo charge to enable a client like outlook to connect to the service - gmail allow this access at no additional charge

    or have i misunderstood
     
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    Many Thanks
     
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