Start by logging in to My BT with your BT ID username and password. Next, click on Your package and then Inclusive extras. Now tap the BT Email link and then Manage BT Email. On the next page, you will be able to see all your BT email addresses.
After all, can BT delete my email address? Deleting is when: The account holder will only see the option to delete if the email address is linked to their BT ID. When an email address is deleted, you won't be able to log into it. For 60 days, the deleted email address can be reactivated by the BT ID account holder via MyBT.
Yet, do I lose my email address if I change providers?
A: Unfortunately, when you change service providers, you cannot take your email address with you. ... Only the ISP could do that since they own the email servers, and it doesn't make good business sense to help people leave their service. The smartest thing to do is get an email account that will move with you.
What happens to your email when you leave BT?
If you close your BT email, on your broadband end date: You'll have 60 days to upgrade to Premium email via My BT. If you do this you can downgrade to Basic email at any time. If you don't upgrade to Premium email, after 60 days all of the email addresses linked to your BT ID will be deleted.
BT says people can keep their email addresses for free using a basic service that's only accessible via a browser, but that customers who want to maintain their normal email service, they have to pay £7.50 per month.
There are plenty of good reasons why you might want to change your email account. You want or need to change email providers, you hate your current email address, or you've become inundated with spam. ... Fortunately, it's fairly easy to make the change and not lose any emails in the process.
Once your Virgin Media (www.virginmedia.com) broadband is disconnected, you'll still have access to your Virgin Media Mail account for 90 days. Thereafter, it's totally gone - so use those three months to save important messages and move everything over to a new email address.
Most log in failures are because you've changed your password and forgotten to update all the devices and email programs you use to get your email. If we detect multiple failed log in attempts on your BT Email account, we'll lock it to protect you and will ask you to change your password to make it secure again.
To find out if you're using IMAP or POP, open up your email program, highlight the mail account you want to find out about, then open its settings or properties. Look to see whether the Mail Server "type" is set to IMAP or POP.
Go to the forgotten password page. Enter your BT username, email address, or ID in the “Username” field | Click Continue. Enter your BT email address in the “Email name” field | Select your domain | Click Next. Follow the prompts to enter your security verification info and reset your password.