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For your own benefit, if you have an @cox.com email address signup for something else today. outlook.com, gmail.com, yahoo.com, whatever you like. Most likely you will not stay with Cox for the rest of your life and the minute you cancel your COX account you have 90 days until they delete your account.
You may as well make the transition to an email service you can keep for the rest of your life now. That way you have the time to keep monitoring your COX account for people that will keep emailing it. In some cases you will need access to your old email to make any changes to your shopping sites, social media sites, news sites, etc. If you don't have access to your COX email then you could lose access to your other accounts because you won't be able to verify an email change.
Save yourself the future headache and start transition to a free email service now before you are rushed and have only 90 days to complete that change.
+1 for this. It's just a bad idea for your ISP to be your email provider.
It seems funny how Cox got rid of the only thing to make subscribers reluctant about switching providers: changing an email address.
There used to be a time when an ISP and email service went hand-in-hand. Providers just supplied basic Internet connectivity and there was really no big urge to shop around. Today, however, with corporate growth, expansion and catering more towards shareholders than customers...loyalty is fleeting. You can now change providers as often as underwear...once a week!
cox is the most reliable provider in my area, been with 'em for tv since early '80's + use outlook...not interested in webmail.
what would you
bearone2 said:what would you
Is this a fragment of a question? Early 80's I was barely receiving Armed Forces TV via antenna in Jever, Germany.
offer up an alternative to cox email please, i'll check it out!!
when i worked in iran, '76-78, i did 2 adt sessions in hanau!
bearone2 said:offer up an alternative to cox email please
Gmail just works.
i use gmail, with 15g free space, to store pics.