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Old 27-02-2012, 21:49   #16
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Re: leaving vm questions

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Originally Posted by Andrewcrawford23 View Post
i have done it successfully after onyl a few day s think about it, if they didnt release the address a eventally peopel wont be able to get realistic emaisl addresses

data protection rofl once it delted teh emails should in thoery be delete so once readded toa new accoutn it should never link if it does virgin really has a really crappy it system

edit should have said i done that when it was stillt elewest
I'm not making assumptions, I manage the platform and I set the rules.

If you managed it, then there was a fault at the point of creation, when you delete a mailbox it is not deleted it is disabled. I'm not going into platform details but don't delete it in the hope of recreating.

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And data protection is about saved e,ail addresses, as in if I used nopanic@vm.com for my bank, I delete it and you get it, my bank emails you.
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