Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Tip of the Week: Here’s the Easiest Way We’ve Found to Merge 2 Email Accounts

If you’ve been a computer user for some time, there is a distinct possibility that you have more than one email account. At the very least you have your home address, and it’s increasingly likely that your college, your place of employment, your ISP, or some other organization has issued some sort of email address. There is now a way to combine these accounts into a single email address of your choice.
Of course, users could always migrate their antiquated email addresses, but it is a detailed and time-consuming process. The application YippieMove has streamlined this process. It helps users move their email between ISPs, which is what needs to happen to produce a clean merge. YippieMove makes it so you don’t have to bother shutting down dilapidated accounts (on the off chance that someone important were to contact you there).
The YippieMove platform currently costs $15 per account and is compatible with dozens of email providers and ISPs. For a listing of the most popular ISPs that the app works with, visit YippieMove’s about us page, here.
The transfer process is simple and easy to follow. All you will need to do is know what address you would like to move, what address you would like to move the messages to, and what files you are looking to transfer. You can transfer the following information:
  • Drafts
  • Inbox
  • Saved
  • Saved/SavedMs
  • Sent items
  • Spam
  • Voicemail
The service takes less than 24 hours to complete. Enjoy the convenience of having a single conduit for all of your incoming messages by utilizing the YippieMove app. If you would like more information on how the YippieMove transfer process works, visit their help page, here.
The weblog Online Tech Tips has released some advice for troubleshooting this process in the event that you encounter some problems:
It’s worth noting that the website does not give you any error message if you mistype your login credentials on the first two steps. When you get to step 3, it’ll be empty instead of listing out the folders. In that case, go back and retype your login credentials. Also, if you’re using two-factor on any of the accounts, you will probably have to disable it in order to do the transfer.
YippieMove is a wonderful tool for the individual who is searching for an easy way to merge email accounts, but, of course, to merge enterprise-level email accounts together, you may want to consult the technology experts at Net It On. Our certified technicians work daily to help New Jersey small businesses maximize their efficiency using technology. To learn more about what we can do for you, call us today at (732) 360-2999.

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