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Sid Nuncius
2018-03-23 06:38:14 UTC
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Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.

Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers. Thoserats who sometimes email me directly
may wish to note the change in their address books; for the sake of
continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still apply.

My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but this
Phase will end on 10th October.

(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to the
NHS as a result of this historic change.)
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Sid (Make sure Matron is away when you reply)
Mike
2018-03-23 08:39:19 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers. Thoserats who sometimes email me directly
may wish to note the change in their address books; for the sake of
continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but this
Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to the
NHS as a result of this historic change.)
But wot about the workers of Gateshead?
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Btms
2018-03-23 09:16:04 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers. Thoserats who sometimes email me directly
may wish to note the change in their address books; for the sake of
continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but this
Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to the
NHS as a result of this historic change.)
But wot about the workers of Gateshead?
You mean the very few Gateshead folk printing the red ones atm on account
of vast majority being printed etc elsewhere? Shabby argument delarue.
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BTMS - Equine Advisor Extraordinaire.
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2018-03-23 13:07:27 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
(Took a moment for the penny to drop - at first I thought Texit was the
name of the new email provider Sid had joined, and thus was wondering
why he was posting from a hotmail address!)
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Post by Mike
But wot about the workers of Gateshead?
What about the workers indeed!

(Some youngrats may think I'm proceeding with the political discussion,
but I think mostrats are old enough to get the reference.)
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don't understand your own opinion. - Scott Adams, 2015
steveski
2018-03-23 20:49:58 UTC
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Post by Mike
Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
(Took a moment for the penny to drop - at first I thought Texit was the
name of the new email provider Sid had joined, and thus was wondering
why he was posting from a hotmail address!)
[]
Post by Mike
But wot about the workers of Gateshead?
What about the workers indeed!
[]

Wot about the drains in East Grinstead?
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Steveski
Nick Odell
2018-03-24 00:20:28 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Mike
Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
(Took a moment for the penny to drop - at first I thought Texit was the
name of the new email provider Sid had joined, and thus was wondering
why he was posting from a hotmail address!)
[]
Post by Mike
But wot about the workers of Gateshead?
What about the workers indeed!
(Some youngrats may think I'm proceeding with the political discussion,
but I think mostrats are old enough to get the reference.)
I rather think allrats are old enough to get the reference and any
reference to Young Rats in that Wikipedia article could be claimed as
"Fake Noos" and would deserve any editing out that it receives.

Nick
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2018-03-24 02:32:04 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Mike
Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
(Took a moment for the penny to drop - at first I thought Texit was
the name of the new email provider Sid had joined, and thus was
wondering why he was posting from a hotmail address!)
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Post by Mike
But wot about the workers of Gateshead?
What about the workers indeed!
(Some youngrats may think I'm proceeding with the political
discussion, but I think mostrats are old enough to get the reference.)
I rather think allrats are old enough to get the reference and any
reference to Young Rats in that Wikipedia article could be claimed as
"Fake Noos" and would deserve any editing out that it receives.
Nick
My edit seems to have survived so far - at least, I marked the page as
"watch", and haven't received any emails yet.

As for the workers ...

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J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf

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Rosalind Mitchell
2018-03-24 14:13:24 UTC
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I rather think allrats are old enough to get the reference and any
reference to Young Rats in that Wikipedia article could be claimed as
"Fake Noos" and would deserve any editing out that it receives.
Although I am familiar with the phrase and its source, I would have
been about three or four at the time and thus almost certainly never
heard the original and won't have remembered if I had.

Does this mean I can count myself a Young Rat?

Rotaa
Rosalind Mitchell
2018-03-23 08:51:22 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers. Thoserats who sometimes email me
directly may wish to note the change in their address books; for the
sake of continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still
apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but
this Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to
the NHS as a result of this historic change.)
But the really important thing is, will it be blue?

Rotaa
Mike
2018-03-23 08:56:46 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers. Thoserats who sometimes email me
directly may wish to note the change in their address books; for the
sake of continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still
apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but
this Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to
the NHS as a result of this historic change.)
But the really important thing is, will it be blue?
Rotaa
Sid blue? No never, a more polite well spoken, clean thinking gent you
couldn’t hope to encounter!
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Sid Nuncius
2018-03-23 09:18:58 UTC
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Post by Rosalind Mitchell
Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers. Thoserats who sometimes email me
directly may wish to note the change in their address books; for the
sake of continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still
apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but
this Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to
the NHS as a result of this historic change.)
But the really important thing is, will it be blue?
Rotaa
Sid blue? No never, a more polite well spoken, clean thinking gent you
couldn’t hope to encounter!
Abso-f***ing-lutely!
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Sid (Make sure Matron is away when you reply)
krw
2018-03-23 09:31:42 UTC
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Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market,
News of this exciting change has yet to reach Kosmo Towers.
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www.travelswmw.whitnet.uk
https://tinyurl.com/KRWpics
krw
2018-04-04 10:47:11 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market,
News of this exciting change has yet to reach Kosmo Towers.
And at last we have been told. Anyway I have been through all the
accounts of which I have a record and I believe they have all now been
told about my new address. Well apart from M&S who tell me I do not
have an account.

That of course are the ones I know.
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Kosmo Richard W
www.travelswmw.whitnet.uk
https://tinyurl.com/KRWpics
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2018-04-04 12:56:49 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the
email host market,
News of this exciting change has yet to reach Kosmo Towers.
And at last we have been told. Anyway I have been through all the
accounts of which I have a record and I believe they have all now been
told about my new address. Well apart from M&S who tell me I do not
have an account.
That of course are the ones I know.
It's worth going through your last year's emails (or further back;
depends on how much time you want to spend!), both in and (if your
system stores copies of) out, seeing who you've missed.

As I said earlier, it's worth keeping a table of when you told people,
and when (or if!) they sent you a new email (_not_ a reply) using the
new address. Some people need telling several times - I found more
private individuals than companies.
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J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf

"This situation absolutely requires a really futile and stoopid gesture be done
on somebody's part." "We're just the guys to do it." Eric "Otter" Stratton (Tim
Matheson) and John "Bluto" Blutarsky (John Belushi) - N. L's Animal House
(1978)
krw
2018-04-05 13:47:16 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
It's worth going through your last year's emails (or further back;
depends on how much time you want to spend!), both in and (if your
system stores copies of) out, seeing who you've missed.
As I said earlier, it's worth keeping a table of when you told people,
and when (or if!) they sent you a new email (_not_ a reply) using the
new address. Some people need telling several times - I found more
private individuals than companies.
Thanks. When I got back this afternoon I spent another couple of hours
on logons, let alone telling people!
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Kosmo Richard W
www.travelswmw.whitnet.uk
https://tinyurl.com/KRWpics
Nick Odell
2018-04-11 22:05:05 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the
email  host market,
 News of this exciting change has yet to reach Kosmo Towers.
And at last we have been told.  Anyway I have been through all the
accounts of which I have a record and I believe they have all now been
told about my new address.  Well apart from M&S who tell me I do not
have an account.
That of course are the ones I know.
It's worth going through your last year's emails (or further back;
depends on how much time you want to spend!), both in and (if your
system stores copies of) out, seeing who you've missed.
As I said earlier, it's worth keeping a table of when you told people,
and when (or if!) they sent you a new email (_not_ a reply) using the
new address. Some people need telling several times - I found more
private individuals than companies.
Most email services offer some sort of "Out-of-Office" service. When I
abandoned Freeuk, many years ago, I left the account set to out of
office with my new email address in the message.

Nick
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2018-04-11 22:16:37 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the
email  host market,
 News of this exciting change has yet to reach Kosmo Towers.
And at last we have been told.  Anyway I have been through all the
accounts of which I have a record and I believe they have all now
been told about my new address.  Well apart from M&S who tell me I
do not have an account.
That of course are the ones I know.
It's worth going through your last year's emails (or further back;
depends on how much time you want to spend!), both in and (if your
system stores copies of) out, seeing who you've missed.
As I said earlier, it's worth keeping a table of when you told
people, and when (or if!) they sent you a new email (_not_ a reply)
using the new address. Some people need telling several times - I
found more private individuals than companies.
Most email services offer some sort of "Out-of-Office" service. When I
abandoned Freeuk, many years ago, I left the account set to out of
office with my new email address in the message.
Nick
I'm not sure if "most" is correct for private ISP-type email systems.
Especially for the time required, which I'd say is at least a year.
(Unless you're willing to pay at least something for that year.)

It's still worth keeping the table as described above; some people don't
register the change of email, even if you tell them (sometimes, tell
them several times).

It's certainly important to stop _sending_ from your old address as soon
as possible, because some people (OK, my blind friend's perhaps unusual
in this respect, but not unique) send you emails by finding an email
from you, and hitting reply. Of course, you can't stop them doing that
with an _old_ email, but you can skew the probability,
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J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf

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important institution in this country. - John Humphrys, Radio Times
7-13/06/2003
krw
2018-04-11 22:24:07 UTC
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Most email services offer some sort of "Out-of-Office" service. When I
abandoned Freeuk, many years ago, I left the account set to out of
office with my new email address in the message.
Tesco have said that they will maintain that until October - so I have
left a message telling people that the address is dying. If people do
not contact me before October I am not sure I want to know them anyway!

The biggest problem is not me in fact it is wofe. I have had
unbelievable problems configuring her ipad mail app to stop using tesco
(I had been using another email address anyway for several years since I
acquired my own domain).

Apparently in the mind of Apple a default email address is not a default
email address. I cannot explain it - but I think she is now sending
emails only from her new email address.
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Kosmo Richard W
www.travelswmw.whitnet.uk
https://tinyurl.com/KRWpics
LFS
2018-04-12 10:02:31 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the
email  host market,
 News of this exciting change has yet to reach Kosmo Towers.
And at last we have been told.  Anyway I have been through all the
accounts of which I have a record and I believe they have all now
been told about my new address.  Well apart from M&S who tell me I do
not have an account.
That of course are the ones I know.
It's worth going through your last year's emails (or further back;
depends on how much time you want to spend!), both in and (if your
system stores copies of) out, seeing who you've missed.
As I said earlier, it's worth keeping a table of when you told people,
and when (or if!) they sent you a new email (_not_ a reply) using the
new address. Some people need telling several times - I found more
private individuals than companies.
Most email services offer some sort of "Out-of-Office" service. When I
abandoned Freeuk, many years ago, I left the account set to out of
office with my new email address in the message.
My first email address was with Freeserve which eventually ended up with
EE who closed their email provision last year. They did provide pleanty
of notice but it took me ages to change everything I had used that email
address for and I forgot to check my iPad which had been registered
originally with that address as my Apple ID.

Although I had changed my Apple ID, it is apparently now impossible to
erase the iPad because the email address no longer exists. Lengthy
conversations with Apple have not been able to resolve this. It has
effectively cost me £55 as that would have been the part exchange value
set against the new iPad I have just bought.
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Laura (emulate St George for email)
krw
2018-04-12 10:34:40 UTC
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Although I had changed my Apple ID, it is apparently now impossible to
erase the iPad because the email address no longer exists. Lengthy
conversations with Apple have not been able to resolve this. It has
effectively cost me £55 as that would have been the part exchange value
set against the new iPad I have just bought.
That is interesting as we exchanged on upgrade last year on both iPads
and of course wiped them.

I might just back up the iPad and see if I can wipe it.
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Kosmo Richard W
www.travelswmw.whitnet.uk
https://tinyurl.com/KRWpics
the Omrud
2018-04-13 11:55:12 UTC
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My first email address was with Freeserve which eventually ended up with
EE who closed their email provision last year. They did provide pleanty
of notice but it took me ages to change everything I had used that email
address for and I forgot to check my iPad which had been registered
originally with that address as my Apple ID.
Although I had changed my Apple ID, it is apparently now impossible to
erase the iPad because the email address no longer exists. Lengthy
conversations with Apple have not been able to resolve this. It has
effectively cost me £55 as that would have been the part exchange value
set against the new iPad I have just bought.
I don't do Apple, but it seems very strange that you can't reset and
iPad, with or without the account. Or is "erase" something different?
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David
LFS
2018-04-16 12:21:35 UTC
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My first email address was with Freeserve which eventually ended up
with EE who closed their email provision last year. They did provide
pleanty of notice but it took me ages to change everything I had used
that email address for and I forgot to check my iPad which had been
registered originally with that address as my Apple ID.
Although I had changed my Apple ID, it is apparently now impossible to
erase the iPad because the email address no longer exists. Lengthy
conversations with Apple have not been able to resolve this. It has
effectively cost me £55 as that would have been the part exchange
value set against the new iPad I have just bought.
I don't do Apple, but it seems very strange that you can't reset and
iPad, with or without the account.  Or is "erase" something different?
Well, you can't, apparently. I think Apple can probably do it for me but
ICBA to spend another hour on the phone with them. And it seems that I
wouldn't have got the part exchange value anyway as the iPad is not in
absolutely perfect condition, according to the manager at Western
Computers who examined it very carefully.
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Laura (emulate St George for email)
Mike
2018-04-16 12:34:18 UTC
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Post by LFS
My first email address was with Freeserve which eventually ended up
with EE who closed their email provision last year. They did provide
pleanty of notice but it took me ages to change everything I had used
that email address for and I forgot to check my iPad which had been
registered originally with that address as my Apple ID.
Although I had changed my Apple ID, it is apparently now impossible to
erase the iPad because the email address no longer exists. Lengthy
conversations with Apple have not been able to resolve this. It has
effectively cost me £55 as that would have been the part exchange
value set against the new iPad I have just bought.
I don't do Apple, but it seems very strange that you can't reset and
iPad, with or without the account.  Or is "erase" something different?
Well, you can't, apparently. I think Apple can probably do it for me but
ICBA to spend another hour on the phone with them. And it seems that I
wouldn't have got the part exchange value anyway as the iPad is not in
absolutely perfect condition, according to the manager at Western
Computers who examined it very carefully.
Laura, is your iPad grown whiskers? The current O/S allows a change of
default account. Settings/ mail/ default account. When you tap on default
account, you should then see all the email accounts you run, tap on the one
you wish to use and a tick appears by it. If the account you wish to be
default isn’t listed, then you may need to add this first.

Second time of posting as first attempt ended up in the car lot!!!
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Toodle Pip
Mike
2018-04-16 12:41:23 UTC
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My first email address was with Freeserve which eventually ended up
with EE who closed their email provision last year. They did provide
pleanty of notice but it took me ages to change everything I had used
that email address for and I forgot to check my iPad which had been
registered originally with that address as my Apple ID.
Although I had changed my Apple ID, it is apparently now impossible to
erase the iPad because the email address no longer exists. Lengthy
conversations with Apple have not been able to resolve this. It has
effectively cost me £55 as that would have been the part exchange
value set against the new iPad I have just bought.
I don't do Apple, but it seems very strange that you can't reset and
iPad, with or without the account.  Or is "erase" something different?
Well, you can't, apparently. I think Apple can probably do it for me but
ICBA to spend another hour on the phone with them. And it seems that I
wouldn't have got the part exchange value anyway as the iPad is not in
absolutely perfect condition, according to the manager at Western
Computers who examined it very carefully.
Laura, is your iPad grown whiskers? The current O/S allows a change of
default account. Settings/ mail/ default account. When you tap on default
account, you should then see all the email accounts you run, tap on the one
you wish to use and a tick appears by it. If the account you wish to be
default isn’t listed, then you may need to add this first.
Second time of posting as first attempt ended up in the car lot!!!
Just checked on my older iPad that runs on O/S 9.3.5 and this allows for
accounts to be added and deleted - this iPad is about 6 years old too!
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Toodle Pip
Mike
2018-04-16 12:53:59 UTC
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My first email address was with Freeserve which eventually ended up
with EE who closed their email provision last year. They did provide
pleanty of notice but it took me ages to change everything I had used
that email address for and I forgot to check my iPad which had been
registered originally with that address as my Apple ID.
Although I had changed my Apple ID, it is apparently now impossible to
erase the iPad because the email address no longer exists. Lengthy
conversations with Apple have not been able to resolve this. It has
effectively cost me £55 as that would have been the part exchange
value set against the new iPad I have just bought.
I don't do Apple, but it seems very strange that you can't reset and
iPad, with or without the account.  Or is "erase" something different?
Well, you can't, apparently. I think Apple can probably do it for me but
ICBA to spend another hour on the phone with them. And it seems that I
wouldn't have got the part exchange value anyway as the iPad is not in
absolutely perfect condition, according to the manager at Western
Computers who examined it very carefully.
Laura, is your iPad grown whiskers? The current O/S allows a change of
default account. Settings/ mail/ default account. When you tap on default
account, you should then see all the email accounts you run, tap on the one
you wish to use and a tick appears by it. If the account you wish to be
default isn’t listed, then you may need to add this first.
Second time of posting as first attempt ended up in the car lot!!!
Just checked on my older iPad that runs on O/S 9.3.5 and this allows for
accounts to be added and deleted - this iPad is about 6 years old too!
And a further follow up, (sorry) I had an email account which terminated
after a set number of years of my retirement. The account had been closed
so I decided to tidy things up; I was able to delete this defunct account
without any probbles at all.
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Toodle Pip
krw
2018-04-16 15:23:24 UTC
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Laura, is your iPad grown whiskers? The current O/S allows a change of
default account. Settings/ mail/ default account. When you tap on default
account, you should then see all the email accounts you run, tap on the one
you wish to use and a tick appears by it. If the account you wish to be
default isn’t listed, then you may need to add this first.
I think there is a difference between the default account you describe
(which actually does not function as a default account) and the apple id
account needed to wipe the tablet. The two are not the same.
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www.travelswmw.whitnet.uk
https://tinyurl.com/KRWpics
LFS
2018-04-17 07:57:23 UTC
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Post by Mike
Laura, is your iPad grown whiskers? The current O/S allows a change of
default account. Settings/ mail/ default account. When you tap on default
account, you should then see all the email accounts you run, tap on the one
you wish to use and a tick appears by it. If the account you wish to be
default isn’t listed, then you may need to add this first.
I think there is a difference between the default account you describe
(which actually does not function as a default account) and the apple id
account needed to wipe the tablet.  The two are not the same.
That is exactly the problem. The recommended fix was to change the ID to
the old email address but because that is defunct it was not recognised.

I'm sure that Apple can fix it but ICBA to devote the time to it at the
moment.
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Laura (emulate St George for email)
Nick Odell
2018-03-23 10:47:23 UTC
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(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to the
NHS as a result of this historic change.)
You'll be delighted to learn that I have no less confidence in your
ability to achieve this than I have with that other lot.

Nick
Kate B
2018-03-23 12:02:09 UTC
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Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers.  Thoserats who sometimes email me directly
may wish to note the change in their address books; for the sake of
continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but this
Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to the
NHS as a result of this historic change.)
Will it work in Northern Ireland?
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Kate B
London
Steve Hague
2018-03-23 14:48:51 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers.  Thoserats who sometimes email me
directly may wish to note the change in their address books; for the
sake of continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still
apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but
this Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to
the NHS as a result of this historic change.)
Will it work in Northern Ireland?
NEVER! NEVER! NEVER! NEVER!

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Sam Plusnet
2018-03-23 18:04:41 UTC
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Post by Sid Nuncius
Following the historic decision of the Tesco People to leave the email
host market, I have been working hard to secure the best possible deal
for my email.
Texit offers exciting new opportunities for me to forge new
relationships with other providers and an important milestone has been
reached and a significant hurdle crossed today; I can announce that an
exciting new deal on email has been struck, the full details of which
are given in my post headers.  Thoserats who sometimes email me
directly may wish to note the change in their address books; for the
sake of continuity, the old rules about the removal of Matron still
apply.
My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but
this Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to
the NHS as a result of this historic change.)
Will it work in Northern Ireland?
Not sure.
That's a borderline case.
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Sam Plusnet
Chris J Dixon
2018-03-24 08:36:54 UTC
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My old address will still work during the Implementation Phase, but
this Phase will end on 10th October.
(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to
the NHS as a result of this historic change.)
Will it work in Northern Ireland?
Not sure.
That's a borderline case.
I'm sure you are working on a magic technical solution.

Chris
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Fenny
2018-03-23 18:45:48 UTC
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(I shall, of course, be allocating an extra £350 million per week to the
NHS as a result of this historic change.)
Hurrah! I hope you're keeping Boris and Nigel informed of the success
of your decision and negotiations.
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Fenny
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