Question about Computers & Internet
My best guess as to what your problem is, is that you need to tell Outlook what your mail servers are......... And as each Internet Service Provider has their own your best bet is to give your ISP a call and ask the what your pop3 and smtp servers are.
Then you need to tell outlook what those servers are, the procedure for that varies a bit depending on what version of MS Office/ Outlook/ Outlook express you have.
A possible way for you to contact Live would be to sign up for a free web based email such as MSN, Yahoo, Hotmail, or gmail. As these email servers are all web based and don't rely on Outlook for you to receive a message they should give you a reliable way for Live support to contact you, and a backup email account for the future ;)
Hope this helps
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