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Username vs Email Address

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The Difference Between Username and Email Address is that user name is a unique combination of characters, such as letters of the alphabet and/or numbers, that identifies a specific user. 

While just as you address a letter when using the postal system, you address an e-mail message with the e-mail address of your intended recipient.

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