I'm changing my IPS and want to know what I'm suposed to do.
I'm not sure what you're asking so I'm going to try to interpret.
You're changing your service provider and you want to know how to get your new e-mail address from them. They should set you up with one or you can use a free webmail client like gmail, hotmail, yahoo, whatever.
We are cancelling dish mail for internet service and thus the dish mail account will be eliminated. This address is my registered e-mail at hub pages. I will now have g mail that I need to set up for future e-mail notifications from hub pages. Where on hub pages do I change my e-mail.
by Zsuzsy Bee8 years ago
I'm a winner again please congratulate me I'm getting so much money I really would like to share with all of you my friends here at hubpages... At last count I should have about )601,293.5 millions (601,293,500,000.89)...
by Sheila7 years ago
anyone else turning off the email notifications for new hubs? I'm maxed out and it's only Day freakin' Two.
by snakeslane5 years ago
I was hoping to open a second Hub Pages account for "other" writings. I have tried to do this, but getting a message that I need to use a different email account. Is there any way to open a second Hub Pages...
by chrisdildilio3 years ago
There should be a tab for sent messages or sent fan mail. I cannot find this anywhere on the site. Thanks!
by sabrebIade5 years ago
I just got this message from AdSense saying..."You have 195 250x250 ad units on sabrebiade.hubpages.com, which are delivering an eCPM of $0.14. Upgrading these ad units to the 300x250 format could substantially...
by Peeples2 years ago
Not my paypal address, but my email address that I get notifications from? The email address I used 4 years ago was hacked over a year ago. I can no longer use it. So have they made a way of changing it here yet? If not...
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