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Deleting old netscape.net address after Netscape migrated to AOL


My email address was changed to aol.com when netscape.net migrated to aol many years ago, but I keep receiving messages with both my aol.com ID (which is fine) and my netscape ID (generally spam).  How do I delete the old netscape email address once and for all?

Thanks for any help!

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