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How do i go to my old hotmail version cannot get on with outlook version

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You'll need to find a PC/Tablet you can logon to Hotmail with. Once you log in you can go to:

1. Options (Top Right Corner of the web page)
2. Click 'Switch back to Hotmail'

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Here's the full text about why can't you go back to Hotmail:
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