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Debate with a fellow writer: should I say "My email ID has been changed" or "My email ID has changed"?

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Both are possible, grammatical, and idiomatic, but "my email ID has changed" simply means that the ID is no longer the same, while "my email ID has been changed" puts more stress on the fact that someone is responsible for actively changing the ID.

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