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You may or may not choose to create a new email address once you've changed your name after marriage, depending on if the actual email address includes your maiden name. Either way, if you've changed your name, make sure you adjust the name that appears when you send email.
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If you accidentally gave out your email address, Aura can help you set up identity theft and credit protection, and scan the web for misuse. If a scammer tries to take over your account, open new credit cards in your name, or hack your devices with malware, Aura will alert you and help you shut them down.
Yes! Enhanced 911 (E911) is part of Orbitel Digital Phone service. With enhanced 911, when you dial emergency services, the operator automatically receives your name and address information in advance. Please note that there may be circumstances under which the E911 services available with Digital Phone may be limited in comparison to traditional E911 service. Please see Orbitel Communications Digital Phone Agreement for more information.
You will be assigned a mailbox and be given a mailbox key at the time of check-in. You will share a mailbox with your cluster/ roommate(s). Registered mail and packages are held at the desk for pick up. You will receive an email notification when you have a package waiting at the desk. You will need your i-Card when claiming your item. Packages will be held for 10 days and then returned to sender if not claimed. Package pick up times are posted at the front desk of your building. Mail is placed directly into the mailbox assigned to the resident. To ensure prompt mail delivery, senders should use: full name, current room number and building and the correct mailing address, which can be found at
Hunter Edward Moore (born March 1986) is an American convicted criminal from Sacramento, California. Rolling Stone called him "the most hated man on the Internet." In 2010, he created the revenge porn website Is Anyone Up? which allowed users to post sexually explicit photos of people online without their consent, often accompanied by personal information such as their names and addresses. He refused to take down pictures on request. Moore called himself "a professional life ruiner" and compared himself to Charles Manson. The website was up for 16 months, during which Moore stated several times he was protected by the same laws that protect Facebook. Moore also paid a hacker to break into email accounts of victims and steal private photos to post.