Yes, it resets immediately. That is, as soon as you get a response from
the server that it's been reset, the change is active.
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Juergen Specht wrote:
> Andrea Hoffmann wrote:
> > there is a special option called "adress reset" under the email
> > option menu, where your address will be resetted to the original
> > status which is the phone number.
> I see. If you use it, does it reset IMMEDIATELY the address? I mean
> can you click it and I can send you one second later an email
> to your old address? Or better asked: How fast are all these update
> options? Do they need some time* or do they act immediately?
> * a sign for internal batch processing at the DoCoMo site.
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