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My Send and Delete are not functioning in Hotmail.

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Hmmm..that would suggest an improper log in..are you accessing through the web?

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If you are using an old or unsupported browser, try updating (or downloading) the newest Internet Explorer or Firefox browser.
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Hotmail is a free email service that is provided by the Microsoft Internet network. It can be frustrating when you have trouble logging into your Hotmail account. However, there are some troubleshooting steps you can take to help solve common issues with the Hotmail web service. These steps are easy to follow and do not require any technical knowledge.

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