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Received a message about microsoft worlwide mobile promo and told to email msoftsupport@msn.com. who are they and what is it about?

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I wouldn't trust anything like that at all. Looks like that message went to the wrong folder! Should have gone to "Spam".

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How to recover MSN password?


MSN offers a variety of services containing news, search engines, forums that are initiated by users, instant messaging, email and services that help to join the internet. Microsoft Windows users can synchronize their computer with online services which are provided as a technique of centrally forming and handling tasks. The users also get numerous other features like with the MSN account they get updates and upgrades.

Issues faced in MSN.

· How to recover MSN password.

Unable to sync the MSN account with a mobile device.
Unable to install and configure the account.
· Account password has been hacked.

· Many span messages coming into the inbox.

· Issues of compatibility with some of the browsers.

Troubleshooting.

For resetting the MSN password use the following steps.

· First go to the rest your password recovery page.

· Select the reason for required a password reset then select on next.

· Type in the email address you made use of when you created your Microsoft account.

· Type in the characters that you will observe on the screen. Once this is done select next.

· If the security information has already been added in the account, a one-time code will be sent to an alternative phone number or the email address that has been provided to MSN.

· Once the code has been typed in on the next screen a new password will be created.

There are cases where still after following the steps the password has not been recovered. Customers thus should call the MSN password recovery number on 1-855-550-2552 . This is a 24/7 available number and by calling this number users can solve their queries.


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I can't find my Hotmail account


Step 1:
Hotmail has change to oulook.
MSN, formerly known as the Microsoft Network, is an assortment of websites and services provided by computer and Internet giant Microsoft. When users sign up to the MSN website, they are given the choice of choosing a wide range of services from the Windows Live network, which includes email through Hotmail, online storage in SkyDrive and the messaging program MSN Messenger. One advantage MSN users enjoy is having one account name and password that allows them to use all MSN services.

MSN, or the Windows Live network, provides users the opportunity to create new passwords rather than recover old passwords. Go to the MSN website or any Windows Live site and click the "Sign in" phrase. This will take you to the login page, which will require you to enter your username. Click the "Forgot your password" phrase. The reset password page will then open. Select among the three choices which one suits best your current needs. Choose the option "I forgot my password" and click the phrase that appears below the choice once you have selected it. Enter your MSN username, or Windows Live ID. More often than not, this is the email address that was used when you originally signed up with the MSN or the Windows Live network. Type the word of the phrase that appears in the captcha image located directly below the username field. You will also have the option to request a new captcha image or listen to the letters being dictated. Click "Next." The MSN or Windows Live network will then send a password reset message to the email that was originally used to sign up. Check the aforementioned email address. There may be some instances in which the email sent by the MSN or Windows Live Network could be re-directed to your spam folder. Check there if you can't find the message five to 10 minutes after requesting for a password reset. Open the email sent by MSN and click the appropriate link sent in the email to confirm the request for a password reset. This will open your default browser and take you to the Password Reset page that will allow users to create a new password for the account rather than retrieve the old password. The page will also provide a "Sign In" option to test out the user's new password. http://www.microsoft.com/protect/fraud/phishing/windowsliveid.aspx

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If i sign out of msn by accident i carnt get it bk because dont know password how do i find out what my password is


MSN, formerly known as the Microsoft Network, is an assortment of websites and services provided by computer and Internet giant Microsoft. When users sign up to the MSN website, they are given the choice of choosing a wide range of services from the Windows Live network, which includes email through Hotmail, online storage in SkyDrive and the messaging program MSN Messenger. One advantage MSN users enjoy is having one account name and password that allows them to use all MSN services.

MSN, or the Windows Live network, provides users the opportunity to create new passwords rather than recover old passwords. Go to the MSN website or any Windows Live site and click the "Sign in" phrase. This will take you to the login page, which will require you to enter your username. Click the "Forgot your password" phrase. The reset password page will then open. Select among the three choices which one suits best your current needs. Choose the option "I forgot my password" and click the phrase that appears below the choice once you have selected it. Enter your MSN username, or Windows Live ID. More often than not, this is the email address that was used when you originally signed up with the MSN or the Windows Live network. Type the word of the phrase that appears in the captcha image located directly below the username field. You will also have the option to request a new captcha image or listen to the letters being dictated. Click "Next." The MSN or Windows Live network will then send a password reset message to the email that was originally used to sign up. Check the aforementioned email address. There may be some instances in which the email sent by the MSN or Windows Live Network could be re-directed to your spam folder. Check there if you can't find the message five to 10 minutes after requesting for a password reset. Open the email sent by MSN and click the appropriate link sent in the email to confirm the request for a password reset. This will open your default browser and take you to the Password Reset page that will allow users to create a new password for the account rather than retrieve the old password. The page will also provide a "Sign In" option to test out the user's new password. http://www.microsoft.com/protect/fraud/phishing/windowsliveid.aspx
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Cannot remember my msn id and password


MSN Messenger (now called "Windows Live Messenger") uses an email address as a use ID and a password. You may be able to retrieve those from any computer you used to access MSN Messenger.

MessenPass by Nirsoft
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/mspass.html
Download and install. The program will reveal the user name and password stored by common instant messaging programs on the computer, including MSN Messenger.

MSNLivePasswordDecryptor by SecurityXploded
http://www.securityxploded.com/msn-password-decryptor.php

Download a
nd install. The program will display the user name (email address) and password for any MSN/Windows Live account on the computer, and stored by any type of program (MSN Messenger, web browser)..

If you think you know your user ID for MSN/Windows Live, you can ask Microsoft to reset the password for the account:
http://explore.live.com/windows-live-sign-in-cant-faq

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Cannot receive messages on msn which already been sent to me


Hi,
This is the latest bug from MSN. I have noticed it personally on my account and it happens on other accounts too!
So, nothing wrong with your account. MSN has messed things up.

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Problem sending email


First of all, do you know if the company received your resume?
Call them and see if they received it via email.
If they haven't, I would just start a msn @live.com email account you can use for business. MSN has larger storage and it's very
easy to set up an account free.

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Some one blocked my MSN incomming emails. I am missing a lot incomming emails. I received emails from:checkblok@blockchecked.nl on behalf of jdwarkapanday@hotmail.com with the message that I can find out...


Never respond to any email requesting id or passwords.

MSN/hotmail uses a spam filtering system. You may just need to check the spam/junk mail folder for the missing emails. Spam filters are not perfect and sometimes grab valid email.

If your outgoing messages are being blocked, someone may have reported you as a spammer. You will need to call Microsoft to get id unblocked.

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My new MSN 7mb ISP won't let me receive email on my Outlook 2003


Hi,
Request you just consult your server team or Internet connection provider, because only these two team handle the case of static IP related issue.

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