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Removal of a contact

Yesterday, Hotmail removed a contact that has been on my list for many years.

He sent me 4 Emails and I never received them and they were not returned to him.

His address is bdell@briandell.com

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  • olebarok Jan 22, 2009

    Still don't think I should have to pay for this information!

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You need to contact Hotmail, see How do I contact Hotmail Customer Service?

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Change the mail id and ur choose hot mail title

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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    mohammed marika thambi Jan 22, 2009

    he sent mail in ur id then change ur contact id another you contact hotmail support .com

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No one can remove a contact from your list except you. check your options for blocked senders... perhaps someone else has access to your account... are you using a public computer ?

Robert

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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    Roberta Smith Jan 22, 2009

    also if you accidentally clicked junk instead of delete.... check your junk mail folder.



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Have you added him back to your safe list?

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