On Tue, Sep 15, 2020 at 12:22 PM, Alan Robbins wrote:
Don’t believe so as neither of those addresses are my Apple ID and the current password for my Apple ID is different than for those email addresses.-
Well, do you know what the current password is for those addresses? If so, there's zero risk in changing your Apple ID password and seeing if you suddenly cannot access your e-mail, as that would clearly indicate that the Apple ID password is "the master".
It is entirely possible that the password for those e-mail addresses will not actually change until the new one is used for the first time by the e-mail client. Centralized and synchronized passwords operate in such a way that an existing password will continue to work until and unless you supply the new one, at which point the sync takes place.
Apple has been using a single point of access style for a very, very long time now. And the only reason I can imagine that those other accounts are still working if you have not updated it in the client(s) is because it's allowing ongoing access with the immediately previous password.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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