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Aloha, not contacts, my own, personal email addresses. Personal, ministry, business, etc. Some I use daily, some only occasionally. That is why I had the list, and there are several I can't remember. Mahalo.
Sorry, I meant to say Yahoo id's I cannot recall
Unfortunately yes, with Yahoo alone (including rocketmail, and ymail) I have probably 15-20 over the last 12-15 years. Also with aol, msn and a few others
Actually, I am able to do it with my aol and msn accounts. As administrator, I can and did look up all the email addresses (screen names) through associated with my original account as administrator. It perhaps depends on the individual companies, if that is the right word.
I was almost positive I had done this same thing with yahoo several years ago. But yahoo has changed many times and things about their services, and all not for the better. Maybe they dropped the service.
I appreciate your assistance
Sorry, I am doing a couple of things all at once - with msn through account information, windows live, and edit or create email (can't remember which because I do it with aol also) and I can see all the screen names I have. AOL has a limit of nine.
It has just been a long time. Perhaps administrator is the wrong word these days, my msn and aol were set up decades ago. It just means that I am the owner I guess of the account, the only one who can change things like passwords, delete or add email accounts, things like that. Maybe they don't refer to it that way any more.
Sorry, not trying to confuse you. Maybe yahoo eliminated it. I had just be trying to access some of the accounts, and apparently was not quite correct on the names/passwords and it was getting difficult.
I thought I would try this way, giving it one last try.
Ok, for example, my original aol account was set up under my name, all my personal information. I could never delete the first email (screen name) I had with them, because it was primary. I was allowed, through "my account" to make changes, create new email addresses, delete others (or if inactive for a while aol would delete them). It was pretty simple, and less complicated than yahoo.
Maybe this things are being phased out.
Aloha Jason, I am just going to give up on it, seems like a lost cause. You have gone above and beyond, for sure, to help me. I appreciate it. If you give me the little faces again, I won't trouble you anymore . Mahalo.
A pleasure, Jason. I most definitely will be back, so I will sign up for sure.
Mahalo - Good night.
Awesome, mahalo. I copied and pasted to a word doc, and will be sure not to lose the link!