How to Recover a Lost Email Code Word

A code word is a series of script and/or numbers that you place in a field when you are signing into an account, for example your electronic mail account. You provide details of your code word when you register any account that you make, and albeit you choose something you like, it is probable that at some point in time you will lose or forget your password. This happens more frequently if you are often changing your code word because of safety reasons. If you have forgotten your electronic mail code word, there are a number of different methods you can use through the electronic mail account itself to recover your lost password

  • Find your way to the site that you usually use to check your email. The majority of Web-based electronic mail programs, (for example Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo! Mail), there shouldl be a little link that will say “Forgot Password?” under your login box. If this link is chosen, you will be able to use your electronic mail account to access your code word, because it will inquire you for questions concerning your e-mail account. Or it may ask you to provide the substitute email account you gave when you put up the address. If you provide the right information, you’ll obtain your password.

  • Next you will need to contact your Internet Service Provider  for electronic mail accounts that be system-based, or via your ISP. Give details about how you have lost your code word. They will normally ask you question pertaining to who you are in addition to your private information. If you find the answers correctly, they will mail your code word to an additional electronic mail account they have kept on their records
  • Now you need to revise your other electronic mail accounts. As soon as you create your  new account, you are time and again requested to provide a less important email account. From time to time the latest account automatically will send your login and code word information toward your minor account, so you will have most of the information saved.
  • Finally, check your electronic mail account, if you are searching for a code word other than your electronic mail code word. Sign in to your electronic mail account and use the “Find” utility to look through your old mail, inbox and saved mail for any code word information intended for the web-site of which you misplaced your right of entry. Frequently, when you register for something on the internet, you may get an electronic message prompt about your registration information that will normally include your code word.

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About the Author: Justin Belden is a freelance web & graphic designer with over 15 years' experience. He is also an Avid member of the Design/Development community and a Serial Blogger who loves to help people by sharing interesting and informative tips and trick related to computer and technology.

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