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Sun Sep 11 05:14:12 EDT 2011
Oranjeboom at aol.com wrote:
> *how do you sign in? I used my yahoo email and it said ID. How do I
> know my ID? *
Which service are you trying to log in to? Generally you use the same
ID as you would with the native client for that service.
> *do I need a different ID for msn.com ??*
I believe that each of these services allows you to send messages to
people on the other one, so you probably only need to log in to one of
them, however, for Yahoo, the login name doesn't, at least normally,
included the @ and domain part, but for MSN it does. MSN will allow you
to use most email addresses, as long as you registered with them with
that address, and, in Europe, will also allow special dummy email
addresses that cannot be used for email.
I can't remember if Yahoo messaging addresses are also valid as
yahoo.com email ones.
You are likely to have to register using either a web site or the native
client, before you can use the service.
Emails are not formal business letters, whatever businesses may want.
RFC1855 says there should be an address here, but, in a world of spam,
that is no longer good advice, as archive address hiding may not work.
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