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You mean your daughter can access your personal emails? :confused: sorry i got confused....
Just because someone knows your email address doesn't mean they will be able to get the password.
It is only emailed to that email address.
If someone knows your email account password, you should change it so your email stays private.
It is extremely common for families to have a pc where the emails saves the password. A simple challenge question before sending the email would make the user experience better. I spend all day at work logging into to various parts of the network, or db systems, or back in to my session to want to have to type in passwords at home to start my OS or email. I know you have a heighten awareness and sense of the need for security, but I cannot believe that mode is how regular families operate. Also, I do not think that you are considering this matter seriously.
If you have it setup so that you have passwords for different accounts stored so that they automatically login, you should setup Windows to have separate logins for each user(Child users having limited accounts).
See this URL for setting up multiple accounts in XP;
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