Question about Computers & Internet
Your best bet is to contact hotmail, i would think. Im under the impression that if you can identify some of the emails that youve recently received to their tech staff, they can acertain that you've indeed had access to that account (they want to make sure your not just trying to break into someone else's account). be aware this may me a lengthy process. you may want to create a temporary gmail account to use as a way for their tech to communicate with you. i've done this with gmail, i dont know about hotmail, but would like to think they are capable of doing the same thing. cheers, and good luck:)
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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