Windows 10: new account opened

  1.    11 Mar 2018 #1

    new account opened


    I opened a new account for my wife in windows 10. she is now getting her emails under her account login so can i delete her email from my login?
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  2.    12 Mar 2018 #2

    Welcome to TenForums, Old Guy.

    Well sure but, maybe you want to ask her? Does she need them? You could forward important ones to her address and then delete them all but, then again, you may want to ask her.

    That was a little tongue in cheek but I think the answer you're looking for may be: if you delete them they are gone, there's no reason she would be able to access the emails from her new account unless you forward them to her one by one.
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