Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Changing my email address - just married!

Posts: 31
Registered: 07-06-2013

Changing my email address - just married!

I've just got married and would like to change my email address. How do I go about this?

Posts: 2,874
Thanks: 576
Fixes: 5
Registered: 06-04-2007

Re: Changing my email address - just married!

Congratulations.  I'm guessing this is a type email address?  If so, the name can be changes/new ones created quite easily.  If it is the username part, then that can't be changed unfortunately.



Plusnet Help Team
Plusnet Help Team
Posts: 8,856
Thanks: 2,793
Fixes: 440
Registered: 21-04-2017

Re: Changing my email address - just married!

Congratulations Grin

You can update your registered email address on your account here: however if you're referring to changing a Plusnet address that's not possible I'm afraid.

If this post resolved your issue please click the 'This fixed my problem' button
 Anoush Mortazavi
 Plusnet Help Team
Community Veteran
Posts: 26,718
Thanks: 929
Fixes: 10
Registered: 10-04-2007

Re: Changing my email address - just married!

Your best bet is probably to get your own domain. That way if you leave Plusnet you can take your email address with you.

jelv (a.k.a Spoon Whittler)
   Why I have left Plusnet (warning: long post!)   
Broadband: Andrews & Arnold Home::1 (FTTC 80/20)
Line rental: Pulse 8 Home Line Rental (£13/month)
Mobile: iD mobile (£4/month)
Posts: 12,515
Thanks: 3,817
Fixes: 25
Registered: 22-08-2007

Re: Changing my email address - just married!



You could add an alias to your existing email address (see managing your email in the user portal) which would allow the existing email address to work with both your maiden name and your married name for there will be lots of people out there who have your present email address.

So if your present mailbox is jean.maiden@ you can add the alias jean.married@ and alter your email clients to use the latter email address BUT leave the account details unchanged.

As others have said you cannot change what's to the right of the @ and for the long term obtaining your own domain name gives you flexibility and control for the future.