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Windows Live Mail is the desktop email application of Office Live, introduced with Windows 7. Windows Live Mail replaces Outlook Express in Windows XP and Windows Mail in Windows Vista. You can use Windows Live Mail to access most free email accounts, such as Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo Mail, as well as those offered by Internet service providers. You can also set up your IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) account to use Windows Live Mail.
Open the Office Live email application. Click "Start," select "Programs" or "All Programs" and select "Windows Live Mail" from the "Windows Live Folder." Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Accounts" to open the "Accounts" dialog box. If you do not see thetoolbar, press the "Alt" key to display it. Click the "Add" button, select "Email Account" and click "Next." Type in the complete IMAP email address, such as "email@example.com" into the "Email Address." Enter the password for that account in the "Password" box. Enter the name you want displayed to email recipients in the "Display Name" box. Select the "Manually Configure Server Settings for Email" check box and click "Next." Select "IMAP" in the "My Incoming Mail Server Is" list. Enter "imap.ispname.com" into the "Incoming Server" box, replacing "ispname" with the name of your email provider. Type "smtp.ispname.com" into the "Outgoing Server" box, replacing "ispname" with the name of your email provider. Click "Next" and then click "Finish." Hope this helps.
A popular free email service offered by Microsoft is Hotmail. Setting up a Hotmail account is simple; so is closing one. If your account has been hacked or your email box is inundated with spam, closing the account is an easy remedy. Before closing your email address, alert friends, family members and associates of your plans. You may want to forward them a replacement email address, if you have one, to stay connected.
Go to the MSN homepage. Click on the tab in the upper left corner labeled "Hotmail." Log into your account by typing in your username, password and hitting the "Enter" key. Click on the "Help" key located at the upper right of the page. It will appear as a blue question mark. Select "Table of Contents" from the sidebar on the left. Click on "Setup a Windows Live Hotmail Account." Scroll down to "Close Your Account." It will be located at the bottom of the list. Click on the link that says "Close Account." Hope this helps.
It sounds to me like your reply address may be incorrect. Notice that the "c" and "v" keys are adjacent to each other on your keyboard.
Open Outlook Express and click on TOOLS, ACCOUNTS, MAIL and PROPERTIES. Then check the spelling in the REPLY ADDRESS box.
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If your browsing is normal that is that if you can access pages without
any problem then there is nothing wrong with your ISP (Internet service
provider like Crazy John etc) There is nothing wrong with those
companies or at least at there side.
In order for you to access your email using Microsoft outlook you need
to configure your outlook first before you can use it for email. I
advise you to first practice or work with web mails like hotmail and
If your the email you are sending comes back please reconfirm the email
address of the person your are sending email mail to is not correct. One
simple way to test your system for email is that you can send your
email to yourself on your email address Guzingbilteam@hotmail.com. You
will recieve your own email. That definitely indicates that your email
is working properly.
then what i want you to do is to open up another hotmail account and use a totally new name lets see if that works. when you do i want you to send me one from there also. i wont get the email till after 5 pm est today 9/24/10 so if you dont get a reply from that between now and then dont assume its not working
If you have internet access then you can setup a yahoo, google, or hotmail. Just go to yahoo, google, or msn and set up an email account. From then on it's pretty straight forward all you have to do is read the screens and you'll know how to send, receive, reply, etc. For yahoo go to www.yahoo.com and click on sign up, for google go to www.google.com and click gmail, and for hotmail go to www.msn.com and sign up. good luck. any questions let me know.
Open Microsoft Outlook and from the "Tools" menu select "Email Accounts." The email account wizard will pop up.
Choose "Add a new email account" from the list of options and click the "Next" button. Then, select "HTTP" and hit "Next" again. Now you are ready to input information about your Hotmail account.
Select "Hotmail" from the drop down menu at the right. Enter the name that you want to associate with this account in the "Your Name" field. This is the name that appears when you send someone an email from Outlook.
Input your Hotmail email address in the "Email Address" field. Your user name will automatically be filled in when you do this.
Provide the password to your Hotmail account in the "Password" field. Put a check mark in the check box below if you would like for Outlook to remember your password. This will save you from having to enter your password every time you download your Hotmail email with Outlook.
Hit the "Finish" button to complete the setup of your Hotmail account. Now, when you select "Send and Receive" Outlook will synchronize with Outlook. Too see your Hotmail email, select "Inbox in Hotmail" from your list of mail folders.
Hi. My name is Alex and Im here to help you solve your problem.
All you have to do is click start, settings, control panel and double click on the icon 'internet options'
Secondly you will see a list of sub headings in the internet options. Click programs
Here you can change the name of the program you wish to open when you click an email address. Please note if you are using a web based email address such as hotmail, then select the program in the list 'Windows live mail' so whenever you click an email address on a website, it will automatically open a window and direct you to hotmail's website
I hope this info helps. please let me know if you have any more trouble. Im happy to help.