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You may forward Hotmail Emails to another account by following the steps mentioned in the link below:
http://www.webdevelopersnotes.com/tips/hotmail/change-hotmail-email-address.php
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Want to reactivate my Hotmail account


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Reactivate your account Now, in order to see if you can still reactivate that account, the only thing you can do is:
  • Go to Hotmail and try to login with it.
  • If you can, then you've got it back.
That's how Hotmail determines whether or not somebody really changes their mind when they've deactivated or abandoned an account. All you really have to do is log into it, using the web interface, and if it comes back, fantastic.
If the login fails If you can't (in other words, if the login fails), that means either of two things:
  • One, the account itself truly is deleted - and there is no email address of that name anymore;
  • Or it means that the email address was finally freed, so that it could be re-used by other people and somebody else took it.
Now, the only way to determine whether or not that's the case is to now:
  • Try and create a new Hotmail account with that old email address. If it works, you're back in business.
  • If it fails, I don't know of a way to get that email address back.
Like I said, it could very well have been reassigned to someone new who came along and chose that as their new email address on Hotmail.
Email recovery So, bottom line:
  • It's not related to whether or not you can login to hi5 at all. You cannot make any assumptions about that.
  • If you can login to your Hotmail account, great!
  • If you can't, try creating a new Hotmail account with the old email address. If you can, great!
  • If you can't, then in my opinion, you're out of luck.


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How do I create a new hotmail email address. Do not have any prior email addresses


hotmail belongs to microsoft ,go to this address and click sign up ,

http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/outlook-com/

create a new account

to access the created account you will need a mail box ,windows live mail can be downloaded here this will download a file to your pc called wlsetup-web double click that file to do a web setup (untick the boxes of other microsoft live essential software you dont want)
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows-live/essentials-other#essentials=overviewother

Mar 06, 2015 | hotmail.com

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Change password on hotmail as I can't get my old one so could you help


To reset your Windows Live Hotmail password and create a new when you have forgotten your old:
  • Go to the Windows Live Hotmail password reset page.
  • Make sure I forgot my password is selected underWhat problem are you having signing in?.
  • Click Reset your password.
  • Type your Windows Live Hotmail address underWindows Live ID:.
  • Enter the characters from the captcha underCharacters.
    • Alternatively, select I can't see this image and type the characters as you hear them.
  • Click Next.
  • If you have provided an alternate email address for your Windows Live Hotmail account:
    • Make sure Email me a reset link is selected under Select an option for resetting your password..
    • Click Next.
    • Open the message from Windows Live Team with the subject Windows Live Password Reset at your alternate email address.
    • Follow the link under If you requested this password reset, go here:.
  • If you have a set up a security question with a secret answer:
    • Make sure Security Question is selected under Select an option for resetting your password..
    • Type the answer to the question that appears after Question: under Secret answer:.
    • Click Next.
  • Type the desired new password under New password: and Retype new password:.
  • Click Continue.
  • Click Done.

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How do i register for a new hotmail account?


Hi
Its a long link, but if you click on this, or copy and paste to your address bar in your browser, it will take you to the log in page. Towards the bottom right is an option to create a new "Microsoft account" which is what new hotmail or now Outlook accounts are called. Follow the instructions and you will create a new Outlook account for emails, even if you use an "@hotmail.com" address
https://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=12&ct=1412037468&rver=6.4.6456.0&wp=MBI_SSL_SHARED&wreply=https:%2F%2Fmail.live.com%2Fcgi-bin%2Fregister&lc=2057&id=64855&mkt=en-gb&cbcxt=mai
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Sep 28, 2014 | hotmail.com

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Could not log in


if you mean new web email address?

depends on who you use for for you email (yahoo? hotmail? etc).


Just create a new one and don't check the old one anymore -

I recommend

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Dec 21, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I forgot my pattern password and my email password


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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.

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Change of email address


The act of changing your email address is simple.
However, you can save yourself a lot of headaches by doing some planning before you begin. Just as with changing your home address, one of the main challenges with changing your email address is making sure that you do not loose any important contacts.
Another challenge to is avoiding bringing your old spam contacts with you.
A third challenge is to find an email address that fits your needs.

Gather your contacts into a single list.
Remember, that you probably have a lot more contacts than just the ones currently set up on your "favorite contacts" list on your email account.
Spend some time going through you email history and identify older contacts that you may not have used in a while, but which you do not want to loose.
Think about your needs before setting up a new email account.
Think about the kinds of attachments you like to send? Do you need higher capacity? Also think about what kind of interface your prefer.
Some prefer a simple, bare-bones interface, while others prefer something more elaborate.
Ask yourself if the address itself is important to you.
Some people are quite picky about this.
Ask yourself what you dislike about your current service.
This will help you to better pinpoint what you desire from your new service.
Check out your options.
There are a lot of free web-based email services out there.
These are great for some purposes, but if you need really high capacity, or require greater security, then you might want to look for a different type of service that you will need to pay for.
Read the privacy policy carefully of any email service you are considering.
Make sure you are not making any commitments you are uncomfortable with.
Test your new address.
Once you set up you new address, have a few close friend email you regularly for a few days to make sure it is really what you want before informing all you contacts.
Send out a single mass-mailing to all your contacts, once you have established your new address, and tested it.
Be careful to weed out all the spammers before you do this.
Keep your old email address active for a while after establishing your new address.
How long you need to do this depends upon how much email traffic you have.
The more traffic, and the more contacts you have, the longer you should keep your address active.
Generally speaking, your should plan to wait at least one month before abandoning you old address. In some cases, you may want to keep checking it for several months. Change Contacts on Hotmail
Hotmail is a free online email service provided by MSN.
Hotmail users can create contact lists in their email accounts, which allows them quick access to the contact information of their friends, families and co-workers.
The contact lists can be easily changed, contacts can be added or deleted, information can be updated and certain contacts can be designated as favorites.
Contact favorites are listed on the inbox menu for easy accessibility when composing emails or instant messaging.

Log into your Hotmail account using your Windows Live ID.
This will open your Hotmail inbox.
Click on "Contacts List" in the left-hand menu.
Click "New" to add a contact to your list.
Type in the contact's name, nickname, address, business information and phone number.
You can also add other information, such as a person's birthday and personal notes.
Click "Save."
Your contact list will be immediately updated with the new contact's information.
Delete a contact by checking the box next to his name.
Click "Delete." Click "OK" to confirm that you wish to delete this contact.
How to Change Hotmail Contact Information
Log into your Hotmail account using your Windows Live ID.
This will open your Hotmail inbox.
Click on "Contacts List" in the left-hand menu.
Check the box next to the contact whose information you wish to change.
Click "Edit." Modify the contact information.
Click "Save" to update the contact's listing.
How to Create or Delete Hotmail Contact Favorites
Log into your Hotmail account using your Windows Live ID.
This will open your Hotmail inbox.
Click on "Contacts List" in the left-hand menu.
Check the box next to the contact that you would like to make a favorite.
Click "Categories" from the top toolbar.
Pick "Favorites" from the drop-down menu.
The contact has now been added to the Hotmail favorites list.
Delete a contact from the favorites list by clicking on "Favorites" in the left-hand menu.
Click the highlighted star in the contact's information box.
The contact is removed from the favorites list.
Transfer Hotmail Contacts
Hotmail is one of the oldest free email services that is still in use today.
However, as other email services have been created, more and more people are choosing to leave Hotmail for greener pastures.
Luckily, instead of having to manually transfer your entire contact list to your new service, create a file that automatically transfers the contacts for you.

Sign into your Hotmail account and go to your inbox.
Click on the link for "Options," which is located on the upper right-hand of your inbox.
Scroll down and click on the link for "More options..." On the new screen, scroll down toward the bottom and click the link to "Export Contacts."

Enter an eight-digit passcode when prompted to save your contacts onto your computer as a .csv file.
After entering the passcode, choose to save the new file on your computer.

Upload the .csv file onto whatever email service you want to use.
Each email service has a different method for importing the contacts, but they all allow the file that is in a .csv format to be uploaded.


Sep 29, 2013 | hotmail.com

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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.

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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.

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Aug 18, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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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

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http://www.gmail.com/

Aug 13, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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