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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by earllogjam, Feb 3, 2009.
Hotmail,AOL and my college email
Three. work, personal and LPSG
I only use two. Yahoo and Google. I also have one for Comcast, but I never use it. I also have two others for Google, but they are probably disabled due to not being used.
One for regular stuff, one for private stuff and one for LPSG.
I actively use 2 Yahoo & 1 Hotmail.
I'm up to 13.
He said emails not lovers :tongue:
16, although the password to one of them is M.I.A. at the moment, so only 15 useable ones.
I thought I was bad with 5!
But I'm not sure of some of the passwords either!
EDIT - oops 6 - I just remembered another one, which means I just cocked up the vote! :redface:
I said 4 but 5 (forgot that my ISP 'gives' me one that I dont' use)
1-work (and ONLY work)
1-professional/work related/familly (the 'clean' account)
1-sexual (lpsg, etc)
1-hobby related (non-sexual)
I have three. One is a hotmail one that I have all my junk mail sent to and my dad and my mom's best friend e-mail me there and I check it a lot, but rarely use it to send mail. The other two are Yahoo and one is old and I used it for messenger but then I was sick of deleting people and they never dissappeared, so I made a new Yahoo account.
3. for lpsg and other sexy stuff
4. gmail for personal
5. for gaming, online orders, and anything that may attract spam
I have 5, but one of them I never use - kind of forgot I had it!
I have the one I use for looking for work, etc., one for my IM, and 2 for my AFF profiles. And the one I never use.
I clicked "six," but then I thought of a couple of others. It is difficult to keep track of them all, because some are just addresses that funnel into another account. I have three accounts that I regularly use, four others that channel mail into one or another of those three, and another that I have not used in years but that I think still works.
I voted for "6" but I am sure that I have many more. I also have a different password for each one (after a nasty incident long ago), so I am often stuck at login pages.
You should change your passwords at least once a year. Does anyone really do that?
But difficult to do if you can't remember the damn things! :redface:
I really shou;d've written them down!
I have a PIM that stores them all, but the PIM is password-protected. Doh!