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Standard User rabd
(regular) Mon 29-Jun-20 10:12:34
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Closure of Legacy email accounts


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I refused to pay TTs extortionate fee to retain email accounts that I've had for 20 something years (Lineone & Tiscali) and finally got round to organising my contacts using multiple accounts on my own domain.

I expected TT to do as they said they would - close the old accounts when they said they were going to but no... they still are working six months later BUT they have switched off the spam filters.

Thats just PETTY
Standard User Brunel
(experienced) Tue 30-Jun-20 20:19:37
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Standard User MCM
(knowledge is power) Tue 30-Jun-20 22:44:29
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Re: Closure of Legacy email accounts


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POP3 access to my ancient screaming.net e-mail account stopped on the date TT had said they were going to shut the account.


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Standard User rabd
(regular) Wed 01-Jul-20 06:04:42
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Re: Closure of Legacy email accounts


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I have 4 legacy accounts that should have terminated on various dates in January & February. All are still 'active' - I sent test emails from and to all 4 just 10 minutes ago and all mails were delivered. Only one account was widely used to send mail (over a period of 20 some years) and that now receives 7 - 10 spam emails daily up from 1 or twop when the account was 'active'.
Standard User Oliver341
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 01-Jul-20 11:31:15
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Re: Closure of Legacy email accounts


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I have a couple which are still open. I assume they delayed the shut down due to being understaffed and therefore unable to deal with support queries arising from shutting down accounts.

Oliver.
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