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Visit the link below and follow the steps:https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12429/microsoft-account-sign-in-cant

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How to setup Hotmail Account On Iphone6?


Hotmail is an email service provided by Microsoft which is more popular as Outlook. Hotmail was the first email service which became popular and was used extensively for not only business purpose but also for individual email communication. You can configure Hotmail to be used in iPhone and it becomes easy for you to access email on your iPhone. The procedure to install Hotmail on iPhone is described below:

Step 1) First in your iPhone you need to go to Settings and then from here, go to Mail and then navigate to Calendars through Contacts.

Step 2) Here, go to Add Account and click on the option for hotmail.com or outlook.com.

Step 3) Now you need to enter your hotmail email id and password to configure your account on hotmail on iPhone. You can also add a little description about your account in the description box. You can use it to add how you want your email account to be shown. You can name it as hotmail or outlook or anything you want.

Step 4) Now your hotmail account will be verified. Once that is done, a list of several options will appear which will allow you to choose what you want to see in email from hotmail. Select the services you want.

Now your Hotmail is configured to be used on iPhone. You can check emails instantly on your iPhone using hotmail.
For any issues or queries, you can contact Hotmail customer support. You can contact via customer care number or can write an email to hotmail tech support.

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How to setup Hotmail account on iPhone 6

Nov 08, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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You had to sign up to your facebook via your hotmail account in the first place so you can get all your notification emails on your hotmail account. Hope this helps. Also if you have already created the account with some other email, you can go to the Account Settings > Email and change your email address to what you want . Cheers.

Jun 26, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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My hotmail account is blocked and they want a code number my hotmail account is glomanders@hotmail.com but the code number they want is billmanders account in bigpond,com they want a code number from me to...


Telstra old to solve the problem of fixing my hotmail account so could you help me put back my email account back on my ipad please. Thank you.

Oct 05, 2011 | hotmail.com

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I cannot send emails from my hotmail account.


Here are the most common reasons for this problem, which is a common complaint.

Email file attachments problem At the time of writing, Hotmail lets you send email attachments of upto 10MB (free accounts). Are you trying to attach a file that's too large? Also, Hotmail may not send emails with files attachments that it thinks can harm its servers or the recipient's computer. Try sending the message without the attachment and see if it goes through.
You may also be interested in knowing how to attach a large file to an email message.
Browser support If the email composition window doesn't open, the browser you are working on is probably not supported by Hotmail. In this case, use another web browser - there are tens of these programs available for free - check the browser list. The technology behind Hotmail may not work with newly released browsers (has happened before) and really old ones.
A case in point is issue faced by Firefox users who find that Hotmail is not attaching the original message to forwards and replies.
Surpassed the limit set by Hotmail Hotmail would also not send emails if you have surpassed the limit of outgoing messages set by the service. This problem is typically encountered by prolific Hotmail users. Why is an email sending limit set on Hotmail accounts? So that people (the bad ones) do not abuse the system. All online email services are known to be plagued with spammers - people who send tens of hundreds (millions?) of unsolicited messages. Hotmail has an automatic check and if your account triggers it, you would not be able to send emails.
Problem in sending email from a new Hotmail email account Taking the above point forward, to protect itself from spammers, Hotmail sets a lower limit of sending email messages from new accounts. This limit is gradually increased (probably automatically) as time passes. So if you have sent a whole bunch of emails the day you created the account, Hotmail will most likely not understand that you've done is out of excitement; it's going to think you are a spammer and abusing the service.
New users may also need to go through the Windows Live Hotmail email verification process. This is simply to ensure that the address is being operated by a human and not by a spambot and will stop Hotmail from asking you to verify the account each time.
Hotmail account blocked from send email? A Hotmail account can be blocked from sending email if the system believes that the subscriber has behaved like a spammer! So if you get a 'This account is currently blocked from sending messages', please read that article to know more and to get the issue sorted out with Hotmail staff.
Account closed An account closed message is displayed for the same reason - sending more emails in a day than the limit. You can always contact Hotmail support via abuse@hotmail.com email address - which is kind of ironic because if you can't send emails, how can you send one to the support department? And this brings up the important requirement of having multiple email accounts.
Also, though there is a Hotmail phone number (customer service), I suggest you post a complaint at the Windows Live Solutions Center (WLSC) web site.
By the way, since no real human being is actually monitoring your account - it's all automatic - you may have accidently triggered off the limit check. These false alerts should be taken with a pinch of salt (as long as you know you aren't guilty of misusing the service). You can either send an message to the Hotmail staff at the above mentioned email address or visit WLSC.
If everything fails and you still can't send emails from Hotmail - well, your guess is as good as mine. Try sending the email from another account. You can always get a Gmail account for free which works quite like a Hotmail account.

Jun 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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