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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by alamal, Feb 4, 2003.

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  1. alamal

    alamal Thread Starter

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    Hi again folks:
    I have a couple of questions regarding my ISP.
    The first is can I have two ISP's on one pc?

    The other question is about a specific ISP. I want to switch to SysMatrix.Net. It's only $10/month which is $8 cheaper than CoreComm-the one I am using now. I want to try both at the same time to compare before getting rid of the more expensive one. So is anyone out there using SysMatrix.Net and how is it?

    I guess there is one other question...Can I have two email address accounts on one pc using Outlook Express in Win98se?

    Thanks,
    Peter
     
  2. Moby

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    yes you can have 2 isp's on your pc. Can have as many as you want. You can also have e-mail addresses from all of them, all in outlook express if you want, all under one identity if you want (will be confusing) or give them seperate identities.
    Am in UK so can't comment on the specific isp you mention
     
  3. alamal

    alamal Thread Starter

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    Thank you very much, Moby. I very much appreciate your help!! Now all I need is some feedback on the ISP's.

    Peter
     
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