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Can I Get My Old Windows E-mail Account Back?
Posted By cynthia On September 29, 2013 @ 11:59 AM In E-Mail Help | No Comments
Ken from Tacoma writes:
I am not very impressed with my Email account with Comcast.net, how do I get back my old Windows mail account without changing my Email name ( Travelair )?
Ken, unless you deleted your old Windows mail address, (I assume by Windows mail you had a Live Mail or Hot Mail Address) you should be able to go to www.outlook.com and just log in with your old username and password. All Microsoft e-mail accounts were switched over to Outlook.com. Your address would still be the same as it was.
If you deleted the account, you can open a new Outlook.com account, but I can’t guarantee you can get Travelair as your e-mail address. (someone else might have claimed it) But you can have it as a username if you like, no matter what variation of Travelair you might have to select as an e-mail address.
To check if your old account is still active, just go to Outlook.com and see if you can log in.
If you’d like to create a new account, check out this article for a step-by-step guide. 
Now, you cannot keep a Comcast e-mail address if you don’t have a Comcast account. (example: email@example.com) But you could choose to have e-mail from that address forwarded to your Outlook.com account. You will find that option under preferences in your Comcast account.
You will only be able to maintain a Comcast e-mail address as long as Comcast is your Internet Service Provider. It’s a good idea to keep your e-mail account with a service like Outlook or Gmail instead of with your Internet Service provider. This article explains why in greater detail. 
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 check out this article for a step-by-step guide.: http://www.worldstart.com/how-do-i-get-free-e-mail-from-microsoft/
 This article explains why in greater detail.: http://www.worldstart.com/change-isp-and-lose-your-e-mail-address/