futureme.org should...

Have a 2nd address in case the first is returned by server.

I've had the same yahoo address for years, but things change in time. It would be nice to have a second address for the system to try if the first is returned undeliverable by server.

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You can change your email and the email associated with letters already .

The tricky issue is if you lose access to your old email and end up locked out an unable to log in – so make sure that you change your FutureMe account email before that happens.

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  • Istomin Nikita commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Aidin, you can try another service: https://www.to-be.today
    there you can send letter to 2 addresses: your and friend. Of course you can put instead firend's email your second email.

    Or you can send email to the unknown person.

  • silva commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    good idea. Email servers, web mail servers can go down or disappear and all is lost. A second email, a "plan B" would be good. Maybe as a 'blind copy".

  • Aidin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    When I came here, I thought I can send my e-mails to more that one address. It's a natural thing.

    I sent some letters to 5 and 10 years in the future, to remind me some ideas and dreams, in case I forgot them. So, how can I sure that my e-mail address still exists if I can't make sure that I still remember my dreams?
    What if I forgot there was a site called `futureme' and I wrote some mails to myself in the future?

    Please add this feature.

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