When I receive E Mails on my msn.com account I get a message to ''mark as safe/unsafe''. However, when I try to mark as ''safe'' I get a message that my ''mark as safe'' list is ''full''. How do I access this list to edit/tidy up ?. Thanks Patrick
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MSN Messenger (now called "Windows Live Messenger") uses an email address as a use ID and a password. You may be able to retrieve those from any computer you used to access MSN Messenger.
MessenPass by Nirsoft http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/mspass.html Download and install. The program will reveal the user name and password stored by common instant messaging programs on the computer, including MSN Messenger.
If you did not try to enter the wrong password many times, someone must be trying to hack your account, if it was you, it may have been hacked and your details changed.
Check here for support http://help.uk.msn.com/
in case if u have provided an alternate E mail Address at the time of registration. Try to go to msn website , try the forgot password option . Follow instructions . Msn will Send u a password reset link to your alternate email address
1.Change the settings in your email software so that the email account you're using designates an Outgoing Email Service that your internet service provider won't block. Your internet service provider should provide you with the address of an acceptable Outgoing SMTP Mail Server. This information is often listed on their website; if it isn't, call their technical support and ask them the address of their Outgoing Email Server. Then go into your email software and change your current Outgoing SMTP Address to the one your ISP requires. 2.After you designate a SMTP address not restricted by your ISP, you may still receive the following error: Port: 25, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 530, Error Number: 0x800CCC78 Now you are reaching the Outgoing SMTP Mail Server, but it won't process your request without further authorization. You will need to go into your Email Software and find the setting that indicates that your Outgoing SMTP requires further authorization. Select this setting and enter the username and password required by your ISP (or reqired by who ever is the administrator of the Outgoing SMTP Mail Server that's not blocked by your ISP). For example, at the time this article was written MSN Internet Service's SMTP Address was: (secure.smtp.email.msn.com). However, this email server won't allow you to use it unless you send your MSN username and password along with your request to send email.
Yahoo uses POP3 as the e-mail protocol, which gives you ther option of retrieving messages but not deleting them. It sounds as though the "Leave a copy of messages on the server" option in the Advanced settings for the account is checked so that messages are left on the Yahoo e-mail server. To check on that and change it:
In Outlook 2003, select Tools->E-Mail Accounts;
When the E-Mail Accounts wizard pops up, under the E-Mail areaq, make sure that "View or Change existing e-mail accounts" is selected, then press Next;
Select your Yahoo account in the dialog that pops up and click on "Change";
The Internet E-Mail Settings dialog for the Yahoo account pops up. Click on "More Settings", then in the dialog that pops up, click on the Advanced tab;
At the botton of that tab, there is an area marked as "Delivery". Make sure that "Leave a copy of messages on the server" is unchecked, then click OK;
Click the Next button on the dialong, then click "Finish".
At this point, if you check e-mail using Outlook, the messages should be deleted from the server. If not, then we can go from there.
Either you're clicking on the wrong spot, or your computer is freezing up. Does the link change color or light up right when you click on it? If so, it's not the link. Does your computer freeze up or does it just act like the links are useless?