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Topic # 210257 20-Mar-2017 09:39
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I received an email from Free net to advise they were going to move the email server etc and I need to set up the new link - ( I know my own fault I forgot) so today I am unable to get to my emails.  I have tried to call them using their 0800 number and no answer.  does anyone here have the new link they could share with me?

 

or even better a way to actually contact them.


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  Reply # 1744744 20-Mar-2017 19:31
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  Reply # 1744749 20-Mar-2017 19:41
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Freenet, isn't that 20 years old?  Plus? Back in the DU days. If you don't know what DU means, cease reading.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1745022 21-Mar-2017 08:37
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Im up with the DU era and yes I have had the account for 17 years!

 

now no sign of them or how to get back into the new system they set up - I am trying to work out who owned them, think it was clear so if clear owned them I guess I may need to speak to Vodafone?

 

any one have any tips or clues about these guys?

 

 


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  Reply # 1745023 21-Mar-2017 08:38
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Tip would be give up on Freenet, accept any emails are gone forever unless you have copies locally, and sign up to a free email provider of repute such as Outlook or Gmail.   


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  Reply # 1745026 21-Mar-2017 08:48
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Wow freenet welcome to 1997



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  Reply # 1745083 21-Mar-2017 09:56
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Johnny 99 did you want me to call you?


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  Reply # 1745089 21-Mar-2017 10:01
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I think he gave you Compass' number, who from what it looks like owns Freenet nowadays.

 

 




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  Reply # 1745096 21-Mar-2017 10:13
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Johnny 99 Thank you so much that solved my issue - well I hope speaking to them now there is a lot of tapping going on ...fingers crossed

 

 


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