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Porblems Wiht Outlook Express 6

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#1 MA123


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Posted 17 April 2006 - 02:35 PM

I am having a problem sending e-mail through Outlook Express... I had old email accounts in for my defaults and wanted to update them... I figured out how to change the address to which the mail is being sent from but what I really need is for someone to share with me (if it works that way) the inbound and outbound signatures for hotmail. When I try to contact hotmail officials directly I either get a automated response machine (grrrr) or sent to a website that does not work. If noone has the signatures do you have a site link that works or a way to this info is user friendly?

Thanks for any info!

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Posted 18 April 2006 - 12:55 AM

From what I understand Hotmail restricted new free email from being used with OE. This was reportedly to reduce spammers from using the free service. Now you have to pay $19.95 for Hotmail Plus to be able to download your Hotmail via OE. Older accounts can still access via OE. I have one that does.
You can pay for one of serveral program that will allow you to DL your email, but you might as well pay for the one year subscription.
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