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How to Change Your E-mail Password

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1.) Customers who use Widomaker provided e-mail addresses, ending in widomaker.com (or tni.net), may change their e-mail password by calling our office, or by logging into the Webmail system at https://webmail.widomaker.com/

Before logging in, verify that your web browser’s Address Bar displays the correct address of the Webmail system, https://webmail.widomaker.com/, as shown below…

Widomaker-Webmail-Address-Bar

2.) Once logged in, select ⚙ Settings

Webmail __ Inbox

3.) Select Password

Webmail __ Preferences

4.) Choose a good quality new password. Watch the video, below, for helpful suggestions…

5.) Enter your Current Password, and New Password, into the provided boxes, then select Save

Webmail __ Password

Widomaker recommends that you use a unique password for each of your Widomaker e-mail addresses. Do not use a password you have used elsewhere. Do not reuse your Widomaker e-mail password for other accounts. Record your password in a safe place that you will have access to, but not easy for unauthorized people to find.

You might consider using a Password Manager, such as 1Password, or LastPass, to record your password. Alternatively, a paper password log book, such as this one on Amazon.com (also available at Barnes and Noble), may suit your needs, as long as you have a safe and secure place to store it.

* If you are curious if your e-mail address or password has appeared in any of the high profile, known, data breaches, from the past decade or so, visit Troy Hunt’s Have I Been Pwned (HIBP) website. Once you have changed your password, to something new and unique, you may check your old password, to see if it appears in some known data breaches, by visiting the Pwned Passwords page on HIBP.

Last Updated On August 31, 2018
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