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Chapter 14. E-Mail > Passwords

Passwords

Passwords can sometimes be case sensitive. If your e-mail password is all uppercase letters, you will need to press the SHIFT key while entering your password.

You should never store your password around your computer. You password should be something that is easy to remember. If you are assigned a hard-toremember password, change it yourself. Most e-mail systems encourage you to change your password often. The best passwords combine letters and numbers and are at least six characters in length. Never use your name, your user name, your telephone number, birth date, social security number, or family names as passwords. Also, never use any real word that can be found in the dictionary without combining it with numbers.


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