I forgot my email address. Is there a way I can get it back? I’m not sure what to do. Please help me out. Thanks
I’m astounded by the number of emails I get on this issue – at least a couple each day. Though it does surprise me (as it would most readers) – how can someone forget their email address?. I suppose it does happen and so here are a few tips to help you recover it.
If you had ever sent a message from the account, contact the person and ask them for your email address. I obviously assume that the recipient has retained your email message and not deleted it and that you can get in touch with them either via phone or face-to-face.
By the way, recovering a forgotten email address will not guarantee account access – you also need the correct password. Because there are so many different types of email accounts it’s not possible to provide step by step instructions to retrieve a forgotten email password. I suggest visiting the following links for more information:
Now this is a much easier issue to handle. Why? To quote an adage – you’ll never miss something you never had! So if you never used the email account, just forget about it.
Simply go ahead and create a second email address. You can quickly get an email address from free services like Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo! Mail. And if you feel that it’s going to raise red flags – BAH! No one cares how many email accounts you create as long as you don’t use them to send spam.
Below are links to articles with detailed instructions on how to create email accounts on the three most popular services:
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