What To Do If Your Email Is Tied to a Paid Adobe Account

What To Do If Your Email Is Tied to a Paid Adobe Account

Adobe does not allow the merging of paid accounts. If the email you are intending to use is tied to a paid Adobe account, we recommend that an email alias is created. 

Learn how to create an alias here: Outlook alias, Gmail alias.


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