Several days ago, I had about 200 emails in the inbox of my Verizon account that had been accumulated over the past several years. All of a sudden nearly all vanished and remainder followed the next day. I called Verizon and they advised me that a foreign device had entered my email address. The inbox content had automatically transferred to the new device and could not be recovered. They suggested that I change my password, which I have since done. Does anyone have any idea as to what happened? Is it impossible to recover my accumulated emails? Should I be concerned and should any further precautions be taken.
(For a relative.) For a few weeks, any time she sends email from her @verizon.net email address to another @verizon.net email address, the mail does not arrive. Incoming mail is fine, and sending to non-verizon addresses is fine. What gives? [more inside]
I just moved and canceled my Verizon phone and Internet service. Unfortunately, in the stress of moving, it didn't occur to me that my Verizon email account would also be canceled. Eek! [more inside]
What's the best current Verizon phone for me? [more inside]
Can I get a blackberry for Verizon without the expensive data plan? Is there one available for Verizon that can hop on wifi? [more inside]
Will my LG Env2 (LG VX 9100) be able to handle my e-mail needs? [more inside]
Does Verizon offer any method of preserving your '@verizon.net' email account, independent from having DSL service with them? [more inside]
Sending email via Gmail using POP and Verizon ISP? [more inside]