Anyone having trouble with hotmail

Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by Pizzaroo, Apr 10, 2009.

Apr 10, 2009
  1. Pizzaroo
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    Is this what everyone is getting?
     
  2. PW1337

    Newcomer PW1337 Advanced Member

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    Woah, yeah, I'm having this problem as well! I tried signing-in with another account, but it just returns me to the sign-in page, not even to the "You don't have an inbox...yet" Page... It must be a problem with Hotmail/MSN most likely.
     
  3. juggernaut911

    Member juggernaut911 GBAtemp Slut!

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    Bummer, good thing I switched to Gmail while it was still private, been using it since. No errors. Ever.

    Just forward your whole inbox to your gmail! [​IMG]
     
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    go to any other email service provider and use it to set up a pop account and extract all your inbox msg's from hotmail. or just use outlook or thunderbird.
     
  5. UltraMagnus

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    I realised the trouble I was having with hotmail years ago when the first gmail beta invites were out.
     
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    Member Kuschel-Drow GBAtemp Fan

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    I've had that problem for a long time, now hotmail seems to work, but I wish it wouldn't...
    I can't stand those spammy mails getting in every day, so trillian whines and informs me...

    I totally agree to gmail. No spam from google, like hotmail or gmx would do, no errors, no nothing and a secure spam filter. Plus a nice and userfriendly user interface if you do not use Outlook anyway.
     

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