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Hotmail password I want to use my old password but hotmail does not allow this. I know why, but I still want to use an old one regardless. Can I bypass this rule?

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Open your Web browser and navigate to hotmail.com. The Microsoft Hotmail website will appear on the screen.
Click the icon for your account beneath "Sign In" on the right side of the browser.
Click "Forgot your password?" beneath the password entry box.
The "Reset your password" screen will appear.
Select "I forgot my password." Click "Reset your password" that appears beneath "I forgot my password."
Select "Security Question" to reset your password using the security question you set up on your Hotmail account.
Type the answer to the security question that appears and then click "Next."
If you do not know the answer to the security question, select "Customer Support" and then click "Customer Support" to contact Microsoft Support to reset your password password to your old password.

If you answered the security question correctly, proceed to Step 5.
Type your new password to the right of "Type new password."
You can use an old password that was previously used with the account or you can create a new password.
Type the new password to the right of the "Retype new password" box and then click "Next" to finish the process.
Change Password
Open your Web browser and navigate to hotmail.com.
The Microsoft Hotmail website will appear on the screen.
Click the icon associated with your account beneath "Sign In."
Enter your Windows Live ID and password, and click "Sign In."
Hotmail will open on your screen.
Click your account name in the upper-right corner of the Hotmail account and then click "Account."
Click "Change" to the right of "Password" beneath "Account information."
The "Change your password" screen will appear.
Type your old password to the right of "Old password."
Type your new password to the right of "Type your new password" and then type your new password again to the right of "Retype new password."
Click "Save." Your password will be successfully changed. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316659
Open a browser.
Go to the Windows Live Hotmail log-in page using the link in Resources.
Type your Windows Live ID and password in the fields to the right. Click the "Sign in" button.
Click the Inbox link to the left.
Your email will be displayed.

http://mail.live.com/

Oct 03, 2013 | hotmail.com

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Can not get my emails


Which email account ???..
Most of us do one of two things when it comes to emails we've read: We delete them or we archive them. That is fine until your need to find those old emails.
Finding old emails depends on what kind of email service you are using.
The two most popular types of email providers are online providers and computer-based providers.
The most popular online providers are Gmail, Yahoo! and MSN.
The most used computer-based provider is Microsoft Outlook.
The difference lies in where the emails are stored.
Online providers store them online, while computer-based providers store old emails on your hard drive.
Online Email Providers
Log into your account and take note of the left-hand navigation. Most online email providers divide your emails into the following categories: "Inbox," "Sent," "Draft," "All" and "Trash."
Check your "Inbox."
This might seem elementary, but not everyone adheres to the zero-inbox philosophy.
And unless you archive incoming emails, you might have more than a few pages of old emails in your "Inbox" to sift through.
Click on the "All Mail" link and scroll through the pages of emails until you find the ones you are looking for. The "All Mail" category stores all the mail you have received.
Click on the "Trash" link.
You could scroll through the pages of deleted emails, but this will probably be the most dense concentration of old emails on your account.
If you remember the email address of the sender--or even the subject--you can use the "Search" field, typically located to the left of the screen, to find the emails.
Click on the "Sent" link. If you think you might have responded to the old emails you are looking for, there will be a copy of the original email attached to your reply.
The "Sent" pages will be as numerous, if not more so, than the "Trash" pages, so use the "Search" capabilities to locate your old emails.
Computer-Based Email Providers
From your desktop, double click your "My Computer" icon.
Double click your "C:" drive icon. This will open a new window.
Double click the "Documents and Setting" folder.
Double click the folder with the same label as your user name; your user name is the name you used when setting up your profile or when you first set up your computer.
Double click the "Local Settings" folder.
Double click the "Application Data" folder.
Double click the "Identities" folder.
This will bring up a subfolder of identities.
Your identity is the user name you use in conjunction with your Outlook account.
Double click the appropriate identity folder.
This will bring up a folder labeled "Outlook Express."
Double click the "Outlook Express" folder.
This will open a folder filled with every email you received, regardless of whether you deleted it. All of the emails will end with a .dbx extension.
Select your emails, copy them and open them in the "Notepad" program.



Access my emails
Most email users experience that dread of realizing they can't access their messages at some point, but the trick is not to panic.
Microsoft has procedures in place to help you get back into your Hotmail and see what is waiting for you in your inbox.

Check you username and password.
Hotmail passwords are case sensitive, so something as simple as having your caps lock on can keep you from accessing your account.
Double check to be sure you are typing both your username and password exactly how you created them.
Reset your password. If you haven't logged into your Hotmail in some time and suspect you might be using the wrong password, click the "Forgot Your Password?" link on the Hotmail log-in page.
On the next screen, follow the prompts to enter your email address and the given security verification code.
Click "continue" and on the next screen, select the option that allows you to answer your pre-set security question.
This is a question you supplied when you set up your Hotmail account.
After correctly answering the question, you will be prompted to reset your password.

Clear your browser history and temporary Internet folders if you are continually getting a "Page Cannot Be Displayed" message when you log in.
The exact procedure for doing this depends on your operating system and browser.
If you continue to get see this message, it could indicate a problem with the Hotmail server.
Check the status of the network on a site like Down Right Now that reports server problems on popular sites.
Submit a support request on the Windows Live page.
On the Windows Live site, select "Hotmail" under "Standard Services."
A search screen will open that will allow you to check out a variety of Hotmail related support topics.
At the bottom of that screen, choose "get more help" and then "support."
A support form will open for you to complete and submit to the Hotmail team.
You will receive an answer within 24 hours.
Note that you will need a second email account that you can access so that the Hotmail support staff can send you your answer.

Hotmail support
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316659
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Aug 21, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Which email account hotmail , yahoo , gmail , outlook ??

Open your Web browser and navigate to hotmail.com.
The Microsoft Hotmail website will appear on the screen.
Click the icon associated with your account beneath "Sign In."
Enter your Windows Live ID and password, and click "Sign In."
Hotmail will open on your screen.
Click your account name in the upper-right corner of the Hotmail account and then click "Account."
Click "Change" to the right of "Password" beneath "Account information."
The "Change your password" screen will appear.
Type your old password to the right of "Old password."
Type your new password to the right of "Type your new password" and then type your new password again to the right of "Retype new password."
Click "Save." Your password will be successfully changed. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316659

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Recover hotmail password


There should be a button somewhere on the sign-in screen that reads something along the lines of 'forgotten password' or 'cant access your account'. Click on this, it will usually be near the enter password box, it will then promt you to enter your email and from here you will be able to change your password :)

Apr 28, 2013 | hotmail.com

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Don't remember old password


Old hotmail password back Open your Web browser and navigate to hotmail.com. The Microsoft Hotmail website will appear on the screen. Click the icon for your account beneath "Sign In" on the right side of the browser. Click "Forgot your password?" beneath the password entry box. The "Reset your password" screen will appear. Select "I forgot my password." Click "Reset your password" that appears beneath "I forgot my password." Select "Security Question" to reset your password using the security question you set up on your Hotmail account. Type the answer to the security question that appears and then click "Next." If you do not know the answer to the security question, select "Customer Support" and then click "Customer Support" to contact Microsoft Support to reset your password password to your old password. If you answered the security question correctly, proceed to Step 5. Type your new password to the right of "Type new password." You can use an old password that was previously used with the account or you can create a new password. Type the new password to the right of the "Retype new password" box and then click "Next" to finish the process. b> Change Password b> Open your Web browser and navigate to hotmail.com. The Microsoft Hotmail website will appear on the screen. Click the icon associated with your account beneath "Sign In." Enter your Windows Live ID and password, and click "Sign In." Hotmail will open on your screen. Click your account name in the upper-right corner of the Hotmail account and then click "Account." Click "Change" to the right of "Password" beneath "Account information." The "Change your password" screen will appear. Type your old password to the right of "Old password." Type your new password to the right of "Type your new password" and then type your new password again to the right of "Retype new password." Click "Save." Your password will be successfully changed. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316659

Open a browser. Go to the Windows Live Hotmail log-in page using the link in Resources. Type your Windows Live ID and password in the fields to the right. Click the "Sign in" button. Click the Inbox link to the left. Your email will be displayed.
http://mail.live.com/

Jan 28, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Retrieving email account


WHICH EMAIL ACCOUNT ?????????

Old hotmail password back Open your Web browser and navigate to hotmail.com. The Microsoft Hotmail website will appear on the screen. Click the icon for your account beneath "Sign In" on the right side of the browser. Click "Forgot your password?" beneath the password entry box. The "Reset your password" screen will appear. Select "I forgot my password." Click "Reset your password" that appears beneath "I forgot my password." Select "Security Question" to reset your password using the security question you set up on your Hotmail account. Type the answer to the security question that appears and then click "Next." If you do not know the answer to the security question, select "Customer Support" and then click "Customer Support" to contact Microsoft Support to reset your password password to your old password. If you answered the security question correctly, proceed to Step 5. Type your new password to the right of "Type new password." You can use an old password that was previously used with the account or you can create a new password. Type the new password to the right of the "Retype new password" box and then click "Next" to finish the process. b> Change Password b> Open your Web browser and navigate to hotmail.com. The Microsoft Hotmail website will appear on the screen. Click the icon associated with your account beneath "Sign In." Enter your Windows Live ID and password, and click "Sign In." Hotmail will open on your screen. Click your account name in the upper-right corner of the Hotmail account and then click "Account." Click "Change" to the right of "Password" beneath "Account information." The "Change your password" screen will appear. Type your old password to the right of "Old password." Type your new password to the right of "Type your new password" and then type your new password again to the right of "Retype new password." Click "Save." Your password will be successfully changed. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316659

Open a browser. Go to the Windows Live Hotmail log-in page using the link in Resources. Type your Windows Live ID and password in the fields to the right. Click the "Sign in" button. Click the Inbox link to the left. Your email will be displayed.
http://mail.live.com/

Jan 28, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Cant get into my hotmail account


Create a new account using your old hotmail name. You'll have to use a different password. That should get you into your old account

Oct 30, 2012 | hotmail.com

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Forgotten password fot hotmail account


Hi anthony ,,
When you bring up your hotmail sign in page right under where you would put in your password , it will say " Forgot password " click on that and type in your email address , and it will send your password to you , but seems how you cant log in to get it , create another account and email the problem to them requesting your old password .............Good luck Roy

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I am having problems signing into my hotmail.com accopunt i forgot my email and password please reset and send information to my husband account. I think my account is eeula2@hotmail.com password...


Yahoo messenger resets are attainable by the account owner. Get into the internet website of yahoo messenger with the features of loggin is a display button that has reset passwords feature functions. A click should allow for changing an old password for newer password in which instance would be emailed to the email account of your choice.

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