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How to set up a hotmail.com e-mail address?

I have tried to go through the hotmail.com web site but only get offered "live.co.uk" or "hotmail.co.uk"

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  • nariz_022 Feb 03, 2009

    how to make an password system....????

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    why has my bill so dear this month,i hardly use my phone.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    mwhub.com and 123-reg.co.uk keep coming up when I try to visit a sports blog web site. what can I do?

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    mwhub.com and 123-reg.co.uk com up seconds after I try to visit a sports blog web site. What can I do?

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Browse for http://get.live.com/mail/overview, it will redirect you to a page where you sign up for hotmail ID

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I can solve your problem, but a little bit intro of what's happening:
"Microsoft uses IP Geomapping to determine where in the world you are and then assigns you to your local e-mail address" means if your are in Uk you'll get to see only >@live.co.uk >hotmail.co.uk If u use proxy u'll get through.
So this link will redirect you to the US domain addressing @ Live/Hotmail.com
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