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    Default forwarding from closed accounts

    I am closing my verizon.net email account and wanted to know if there is anyway to get emails forwarded to my new account even after my verizon account is closed.

    Verizon doesn't seem to be able to help me. I only want the forwarding for a couple of months so some of my business associates will still be able to find me.

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    Where are you posting your new account? If it's on a web site then simply change the Email address on the site to point to your new Email address.

    However, if you have distributed your Email to customers then you'll need to contact those customers and give them your new Email address. It won't be possible to forward Email from within your Verizon account once that's closed.

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    Once your email account is closed, it's closed. It's impossible for email redirection or forwarding.
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    Default email forwarding

    Thanks!

    What about the things I have stored in folders in my verizon email account?Is there any way to save them somewhere else without forwarding 1 by 1?

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    I believe you will have to ask Verison about saving/backing up your emails from that account.
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    If Verizon has IMAP access and you've got an IMAP client (e.g. Thunderbird) then you should be able to connect your client to the IMAP server and then copy stuff fairly easily to a local folder. Then you can copy that local folder over to the new email account.

    (If I recall, you can simply go copy/paste on the folders in ThunderBird)

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