need a new password

how does one get a new password for e-mail acct?
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  1. You make one up in your head....
  2. go to settings or options and change it?
  3. What e-mail provider are you using? Typically, you sign in to your account and then change the password in your profile settings. The specific way to change depends on what service you are using.
  4. why not use password or 12345678
  5. COLGeek said:
    What e-mail provider are you using? Typically, you sign in to your account and then change the password in your profile settings. The specific way to change depends on what service you are using.
  6. COLGeek,The service I use is Mozilla Thunderbird.
  7. The application you use is Thunderbird. Are you using Gmail, Yahoo, Comcast, etc?

    You have to change the password in Thunderbird and at the provider.

    http://kb.mozillazine.org/Setting_and_changing_email_passwords
  8. COLGeek said:
    The application you use is Thunderbird. Are you using Gmail, Yahoo, Comcast, etc?

    You have to change the password in Thunderbird and at the provider.

    http://kb.mozillazine.org/Setting_and_changing_email_passwords
  9. COLGeek,The provider is Verizon.Thank You
  10. If user forgot their password. There is on option called to be as forget password. Input your email id on that box and click on submit button.then you get your new password regarding to your email-id. password is either come on your cell or some referenced id which you give on the time of registration .
  11. furnaceoven said:
    If user forgot their password. There is on option called to be as forget password. Input your email id on that box and click on submit button.then you get your new password regarding to your email-id. password is either come on your cell or some referenced id which you give on the time of registration .

    This is good advice for a forgotten password. However, the OP wanted to change an existing password with both the service provider (Verizon) and with his e-mail application (Thunderbird).
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