I set my mint up on my desk top as william.staton18@yahoo.com. I tried to add mint to my phone and it would not take william.staton18@yahoo.com.

Also, my phone app would not take bill897@icloud.com. So, it took another email address i have: bill999@comcast.net and on the desktop it took the bill999.comcast.net but no other email addresss I have. Could you copy my william.staton18@yahoo.com info to my new email address on my desk top and on my phone? Or just keep my desktop email: william.staton18@yahoo.com and copy all my desktop info to my mint app on my phone with the same address as william.staton18@yahoo.com. I used to have that on my phone, but I was having problems with updates, so I deleted it and now I've got the app added, I have to start all over again on my destop and on my phone. Can you make this right??


I would like you to change my email address on my windows 8.1 to william.staton18@yahoo.com with the info I already had on there. Also, change my Android Mint App to william.staton18@yahoo.com, same as before with the info I already had on there before I had problems and deleted it. Thanks.

William Staton

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