I have an old email address that was I guess originally bt internet.
It was moved when I moved in with family - and regestired as a sub account on family broadband.
I normally dont login - as access from mail clinets - but can do so from the link main bt id login - following the link at bottom to yahoo mail
Recently received email -
If you had a BTYahoo email account the email would have been sent from BT not Yahoo.
If you have clicked on and used any of the links in the email you received I would suggest that you change your email password.
If you have accessed your email account using the correct BTMail log on page that should stop your email address from being deleted. You should do this at least once in a 90 day period just to be sure.
You should also make sure that your email client is using the correct BT email servers and not the Yahoo servers.
If you have it associated with a BT Broadband account you should check via that accounts MyBT in the Manage Email section. If the email account is there it will show if it is marked for deletion.
Thanks for the reply.
The email looked a little suspicious - but found many references to yahoo deleting unused addresses on the web from 2020 - so maybe just an oppertunistic phising linking the two.
Didn't log in via the link in the email - or try the help links - as it raised concerns.
Is their a spam or phising email address at BT secutirty to forward it to before I delete ?
The account is marked as active - under parents BT id - so assume OK for now.
Changed the password just to be double safe - by logging in from within their lines BT id account.
Thanks for the help.