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Windows Live-Mail / Hotmail hijacking my ISP Mail!
Ever since purchasing a new Dell PC with Windows 7 and Windows Live Mail, I am being driven around the bend with mail problems.
Previously with XP and Vista my mail through my ISP worked almost flawlessly.
Now it seems that not only is my email is being wrecked by Windows Live Mail, but Microsoft is monitoring my private mail!
Why am I receiving messages (below) from Microsoft re Live Mail and Hotmail?
In effect it seems that Windows Live Mail is duplicating AND storing incoming mail on my ISP's server. I certainly never wanted this!
----- Original Message -----
From: Windows Live Hotmail Member Services
Sent:Sunday, May 15, 20112:10 PM
Subject: Your Hotmail account is growing too fast
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION REQUIRED
Your Windows Live Hotmail® account has been growing really fast.
If it continues to grow at this rate, you will not be able to receive messages in the future. Here are a few suggestions to help you manage your account.
The Windows Live Hotmail Team
I do not and have never used Hotmail nor am I a "member"!
There is no set capacity limit on my ISP's mail service and I have a 1TB hard drive with a huge amount of free space.
Why is Microsoft Live Mail nagging me and invading my privacy?
At 70+ I'm not really "into" this Windows 7 technolgy.
XP was superb and Vista livable. Not so Win 7 and associated changes!
\PLEASE ANYBODY - HELP!!!!
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