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Oilman65
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Good Day All, I'd like some help discovering how the following happened.

 

I received e mails from my partner, they were sent from their  laptop and the following was in the  From Line

 

       ( bunny )  [edited]@hotmail.com

 

Can anyone explain logically how  ( bunny )  would be there in brackets before their e mail address.  

 

Many Thanks

 

Oilman65

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@Oilman65

 

That is normal, depending on how you or your partner "name" you. Please ask him/her For example I use something@yahoo.com but I call myself as banhien. My wife uses something@gmail.com and I name her Darling. I also call her Darling when using her phone number.

 

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BH
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Hi Banhien,

 

Thank you for your reply.  If I didn't use the ( bunny) title to name them  then am I right in assuming they must of put it there ? I have asked about it and received the answer ' I don't know how it happened'

 

Many Thanks

 

Oilman65

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