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May I use more than one email address - a work one and a personal one?

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Is it possible to use more than one email address? I joined with my personal email address and I'm unable to access it from work. I do have a work email address as well.

Gracias

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updated MAY 16, 2012
posted by sroberts0615
I have a similar question. I want my 2 boys to have their own account so they can keep track of thier points, but even when provide different email addresses I can't log them in. Is there something in the system that is rejecting more than one account o - thewilcox8, MAY 16, 2012

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I'm a bit confused. Is the author asking about accessing this site from work or asking about accessing email from SpanishDict from work?

I thought his question concerned that SpanishDict email was being sent to his private email mailbox (which he cannot access from work) so he would like it sent to his work email mailbox (word of the day, follow thread notifications, etc.).

I'm confused as to what the antecedent to the "it", that he cannot access, actually is (his private email or this site).

updated NOV 5, 2009
posted by 0074b507
Only a true grammar nut would use a term like antecedent, which is a word I use with some frequency. :-P - webdunce, NOV 5, 2009
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I would like to echo, or agree, with MotimerFrancis comment. I access Span¡shD!ct form my computer at home, internet cafes, my son's computer or pretty much anywhere I want.

As long as there is no firewall or other kind of filter to inhibit access, members should be able to access from any computer if they know their "Username (Screen name)" and "Password". I log on from remote locations without signing off at my own computer.

updated NOV 5, 2009
posted by Moe
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As long as you have registered with this site, and you have, you access SpanishDict on your work computer and "log-in" with your SpanishDict password. Whether you have access to your personal email is not relevant. Does your boss allow you tp access the internet? If not, then there is nothing you can do while you are at work. You could study Spanish from a book (during your lunch break),

updated NOV 5, 2009
posted by 00515f39
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LoL, well if you are unable to access your personal one from work then that totally answer your question!

updated NOV 5, 2009
posted by DJuse
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