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Posted by on Jun 26, 2012 in Social Networks |

Facebook changed default mail account without asking

Facebook changed your default mail account without asking

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makes two steps forward and one step back. The good news in recent weeks related to the attempt to be transparent the process of resolution of complaints by users and new tools to edit comments or to schedule postings , now tarnished with the news that deliberately and without prior notice, the social networking changed our default mail accounts for the unknown usuario@facebook.com

Does anyone use that account? Apparently it does as a way of anyone and remind, Facebook decided to put it right under our noses without warning. Little serious the procedure, although a spokesman for the social network reported by Reuters that the reason for this change had to do with “a number of changes to make it consistent with the profiles, and Timeline notified when we launch. “

To regain your original account contact email in your profile, simply enter the editing of information and leave the account you want to show prohibited without the icon enabled.

As Facebook enjoys the pleasure of having millions of users who say “do not need another social network” would be good also to understand that not need another mail account to check.

Link: Facebook just changed email without asking (gizmodo)

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