Question about hotmail.com
I have saved old emails in my Hotmail email account. I printed the contents of an email and now the email is there but the contents of my email are gone. This is a forward from my work email.
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Please verify if you have renamed/upgraded your account to Outlook.com. If yes, please be informed thatyou are only upgrading the user interface of Hotmail to the new user interface; hence all your emails should still stay in your Inbox. There could be many reasons why emails could be lost after renaming:
1. Due to inactivity in account:
• If your emails were over 365 days old, you may have lost them due to inactivity in the account even before you renamed the account. If you had Self-recovery of emails turned on in your account before renamed, you can try to recover some of the deleted messages yourself, please refer: Deleted email messages.
2. You got another option to save your Hotmail emails differently when renaming your account to @Outlook.com account:
• If you chose to rename your account to @Outlook.com, a prompt would have asked you - 'Where do you want to save your emails?' You will have the option to create a new folder for your old account or save the emails in the Inbox of your renamed account. If you chose to create a new folder, the default name of the folder will be the name of your old account and the folder will appear in the left pane under 'Folders'. And all your old emails will be stored in this folder.
3. Your account was hacked even before you renamed your account:
• A hacker had already deleted emails in their account before you renamed the account.
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you open your email account using a browser, there is a very simple
way to increase the font. Font size options are located either under
"Tools" ("Options" or "Preferences"
then "Content") or "View" (text size) on your
browser's main menu. Change the font to a larger size, which may be
set by number or by selecting "Larger" or "Largest"
font from the list of options. You may have to click "Advanced"
or the similar option in the "Fonts" section of some
browsers to adjust the font properly.
Next, click "File" then "Print Preview" on your browser's main menu. This will show you how the email will look when printed. Click "Page Setup" and deselect the "Shrink to Fit Page" option. This will allow you to print the email at the new, larger font size. Be sure to return your browser's font size to normal when you are finished printing the email, or else all of your pages will display with a larger font.
you use a non-browser email software program to view your emails,
insert your email contents into Microsoft Word (or a similar word
processing program) to print it in large letters. Select the entire
message from your email software then go to Word to paste the
contents into a blank document. You can then select the text of the
email and increase the size of the font. When you're done, print the
file as you would normally. You can also perform this action with an
email that you open inside of a browser.
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