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My paper was published two weeks ago. I have just noticed that I have provided the wrong email. Is it possible to change the email after the paper was published?

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    Don't ask here, ask the publisher. – Dirk Aug 6 '17 at 7:51
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    You can ask this question directly to the editor. – Coder Aug 6 '17 at 8:28
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    If it is published then I do not think there is any way to change any part of your paper, your email included. Changes in published papers are generally called "Corrigendum" – PsySp Aug 6 '17 at 10:01
  • If "published" mean in paper form, PsySp is right. But if only in on-line form, when you ask the editor, he may say that the new email can be added to it. – GEdgar Aug 6 '17 at 13:05
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You could do the following things in this situation. But, it depends on (1) whether it is a journal paper or a conference paper?, (2) whether it is already published as offprint?

  • Politely ask the publisher about it (as it is a mistake done on your part). (credit: @Dirk)
  • E-mail the editor of the journal (if journal paper) and request to publish an Erratum on your behalf. (credit: @PsySp)
  • Publish an erratum on your personal web page or blog.
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    That said, option 4 is "don't bother", and this is highly suggested. Readers are well aware that emails provided on papers are often obsolete or sort-of wrong (authors wary of spam provide addresses they barely ever check). As long as you have a website with a correct email address, no one will get it wrong. – darij grinberg Aug 6 '17 at 14:35

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