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If you contact Live.com, the web site for Hotmail, supply your details they should be able to help you out.

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I want to change my Hotmail (outlook) password I've been told my outlook has been hacked.


How to Change a Hotmail Account Password Two Methods:Changing a Password From Your AccountChanging a Forgotten Password or Recovering an Account
Outlook.com is the new name for Microsoft's web email service, formerly known as Hotmail and Windows Live Mail. If you have a Hotmail account, you can still access it through the Outlook.com website. You can change your password from your account settings or you can have your password reset if you can't remember it. If you don't have a recovery account associated with your Hotmail account, you will need to fill out a questionnaire so that Microsoft can verify your identity.
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Sign in to Outlook (formerly Hotmail). Enter your Hotmail address and password to login and open your inbox.
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    Click your profile image in the upper-right corner of the inbox.
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    Select "Account settings".
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    Click the "Security and password" menu option.
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    Verify your account (if necessary). You may be asked to verify your account if you are using a browser you don't normally use. Microsoft will send a code to your backup email address. If you don't have access to your backup email address, select "I don't have these anymore".
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    Click the "Change password" link. This is located under the "Password and security info" section of the Overview.
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    Enter in your current password, and then enter a new password. There are three fields in the "Change your password" page. The first is for your old password, and the second two are for your new password. You will need to enter the new password twice in order to confirm it. Click the Save button.
    • This password is your Microsoft account password. That means that anything else that uses a Microsoft account, such as Windows 8, SkyDrive, or Skype, will need to have the new password entered the next time you log in.
    • If you are worried about your account security, you can have Microsoft ask you to make you change your password every 72 hours. To enable this, check the box at the bottom of the page.
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    Open the.Outlook.com sign-in page. You can recover Hotmail passwords using the same method as recovering an Outlook password.
    • Hotmail accounts that were deactivated due to inactivity can be activated as long as it has been less than 365 days since your last login. If it has been over a year since you last logged in, your account and emails will be deleted and the name will become available for someone else to use.
    • Hotmail accounts that were manually deleted can be recovered for 30 days.
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    Click the "Can't access your account?" link below the Sign In button. This will take you to the password reset page.
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    Select "I forgot my password" and click "Next".
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    Enter your Hotmail email address in the "Microsoft account" field.
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    Fill out the CAPTCHA underneath and click "Next". If you can't read it, you can click New to get a new one or Audio to have it read aloud to you.
  • 670px-change-a-hotmail-account-password-step-13.jpg6
    Choose how you want to receive your reset link. If you have another email address attached to your account, you can have the password reset link sent to that email address. If you don't, you can click the "I don't have any of these" option. This will open a questionnaire which will help Microsoft verify your identity.
  • 670px-change-a-hotmail-account-password-step-14.jpg7
    Fill out the questionnaire if necessary. Enter in an email address that you can be reached at. Answer all of the questions provided to the best of your ability to help verify your account. Using the questionnaire can take up to 24 hours to receive a response. This is the only way to recover your account if you don't have a secondary email address.
    • Do not trust any site that claims to have a toll-free number to recover your account password. There is no number that you can call to recover your account.
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    Reset your password. When you get the password reset link, you will be allowed to enter in a new password. You will need to enter it twice in order for it to take effect. You can now use this new password to sign in to your Outlook account.[1]
    • This password is your Microsoft account password. That means that anything else that uses a Microsoft account, such as Windows 8, SkyDrive, or Skype, will need to have the new password entered the next time you log in.
  • Mar 03, 2015 | hotmail.com

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    That will be highly unlikely to be recoverable as they delete all data connected to dormant accounts after a set period of 270 days
    To recover or try to recover the bebo account if possible you need to reset up the email account that you used before attempting to recover the details if someone else has that email address now it won't be recoverable
    Try this site
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    Apr 09, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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    I forgot my pattern password and my email password


    Pattern Password ??????
    Which email account ?????...
    Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
    You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
    If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
    Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
    Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
    You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.

    Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
    Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
    Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
    A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.
    You'll be asked to enter your email address.
    Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
    Click "Continue."
    Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
    Do not exit from this page.
    You will need it later.
    Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
    Enter the confirmation code that you received.
    Click "Next."
    Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

    http://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1279515892&rver=6.0.5285.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fdefault.aspx&lc=1033&id=64855&mkt=en-us

    http://www.yahoo.com/

    http://www.gmail.com/

    Oct 17, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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    I lost my password and couldnt connect . they have now frozen the e mail because they say i didnt give them enough information to prove i was using the account . but i gave them as much as i remember


    Now which email account is it ??
    Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
    You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
    If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
    Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
    Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
    You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.

    Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
    Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
    Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
    A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.
    You'll be asked to enter your email address.
    Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
    Click "Continue."
    Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
    Do not exit from this page.
    You will need it later.
    Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
    Enter the confirmation code that you received.
    Click "Next."
    Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

    http://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1279515892&rver=6.0.5285.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fdefault.aspx&lc=1033&id=64855&mkt=en-us

    http://www.yahoo.com/

    http://www.gmail.com/

    Oct 01, 2013 | Computers & Internet

    1 Answer

    Cant remember password for email


    Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
    You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
    If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
    Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
    Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
    You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.

    Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
    Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
    Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
    A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.
    You'll be asked to enter your email address.
    Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
    Click "Continue."
    Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
    Do not exit from this page.
    You will need it later.
    Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
    Enter the confirmation code that you received. Click "Next."
    Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

    Sep 27, 2013 | FSPro Labs Email Password Recovery Wizard

    1 Answer

    Sorry but I have finely soughted it out had to get another email address so I can get back into my email.they sent a code for me but could not get it because Icould not get it till another one was...


    Hi,
    You should try recovering you hotmail account by mobile number , or by any other email linked with or by answering the secret question u might had set. Try to use the recovery options or send a Ticket to NGD.

    Thanks.
    Hotmail Support

    Sep 24, 2013 | hotmail.com

    1 Answer

    Forgot my password


    Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
    You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
    If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
    Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
    Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
    You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.

    Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
    Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
    Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
    A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.
    You'll be asked to enter your email address.
    Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
    Click "Continue."
    Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
    Do not exit from this page.
    You will need it later.
    Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
    Enter the confirmation code that you received. Click "Next."
    Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

    http://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1279515892&rver=6.0.5285.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fdefault.aspx&lc=1033&id=64855&mkt=en-us

    http://www.yahoo.com/

    http://www.gmail.com/

    Aug 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

    1 Answer

    When I put in my e-mail password it comes up invalid


    Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail make it easy for email account holders to request an old password.
    You must know your complete email address and have an alternative email address or cell phone number where a confirmation code can be sent.
    If you cannot get your password back, your email provider will delete the old one. You can then create a new password.
    Go to the email provider's website. For example, if your email address is registered with Yahoo!, go to Yahoo.com and if your email address is registered with Hotmail, go to Hotmail.com.
    Find the sign-in section on the main page of the website.
    You will see one box for your email ID and one for your email password.


    Click the link that says, "Forgot your password?" if you're trying to recover a password belonging to a Hotmail email account.
    Click the link that says, "Can't Access Your Account?" if you want to recover a password belonging to a Yahoo! or Gmail email account.
    Check the circle indicating that you need to recover your password.
    A page under the heading, "Reset your password," will appear.

    You'll be asked to enter your email address.
    Enter the characters in the picture box to confirm that your request is authentic. Email providers such as Hotmail, Yahoo! and Google employ this security feature to stop automated programs from illegally accessing email accounts.
    Click "Continue."
    Confirm your cell phone number or alternate email address, which the email provider will use to send a confirmation code.
    Do not exit from this page.
    You will need it later.

    Go back to the page where you confirmed your cell phone number.
    Enter the confirmation code that you received. Click "Next."

    Enter a new password, if requested, or sign in using your old password, which will appear on screen.

    http://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1279515892&rver=6.0.5285.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fdefault.aspx&lc=1033&id=64855&mkt=en-us

    http://www.yahoo.com/

    http://www.gmail.com/

    Aug 13, 2013 | Computers & Internet

    4 Answers

    Forgot password for hotmail account


    Hello,

    You forgot your password. Hotmail has many solutions of getting back forgoten password.

    Hotmail account password reset :
    -Send password or any activation link to the Alternative Email adress.
    -By answering an security question.
    -Completing an formular which Hotmail team review it if your informations were correct.
    -Sending code to phone.


    Regards

    Dec 11, 2012 | hotmail.com

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