No. It's your employer's email system. This is another reason why you should not use your employer's address for personal communications.
You do not have an ownership interest in the email address. You would waste you money, because courts cannot give you the relief you seek. Spend your resources updating your friends.
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No, you cannot force your employer to delete your business email address.
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