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  Reply # 2122921 9-Nov-2018 19:19
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Further to this, I think Edge probably is using a cookie to log in and doesn't have the password.
If there isn't an alternate email or phone number configured I'd seriously consider using the account while it's working to migrate contacts and subscriptions to a new account.









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  Reply # 2123055 9-Nov-2018 22:43
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@gbwelly , that is very good advice. Thank you.





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  Reply # 2123803 12-Nov-2018 07:57
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If Edge logs you in why not just change the password in the Gmail settings ?

Then use the new password in Outlook.

Or am I missing something ?



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  Reply # 2123894 12-Nov-2018 08:43
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@martyyn , it asks you to type in your existing password before you can type in a new password.

 

 





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