Deactivating an e-mail address

I cancelled my account with a local provider in Nov. 2011 but kept the e-mail address. I then got a virus affecting all my contacts. I can't get access into the old account to change the password and the provider wants $49.00 for tech support to fix. Is there another way to disable the e-mail address?
Asked Jan 10, 2012
This same question was answered for you yesterday. Send the old account emails with a huge video attachment until it rejects one. That will overfill the Inbox past the limit and kick new emails back to the sender.
Answered Jan 10, 2012
Thanks Rob - I'll let it fill but would still rather deactivate the e-mail address.
The larger the files you send, the faster it will fill.
Rob Jan 14, 2012

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