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Hotmail Problem

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by theo, Feb 10, 2005.

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  1. theo

    theo Thread Starter

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    I have the follow problem with the hotmail:

    1) receive mail is OK
    2) use of the Send/Recv key once is OK to send messages
    3)reusing the Send/Recv key to send messages....I get the damn spam message from [email protected]

    Dear theo
    To help protect our users from automatically generated junk e-mail (or spam), MSN Hotmail periodically asks for identity verification.
    Please go to http://www.hotmail.msn.com and follow the instructions. It takes only a few minutes and you can then return to using your Hotmail account.
    Thank you for helping us to help reduce your junk e-mail.
    Sincerely,
    MSN Hotmail Staff
    Please do not reply to this e-mail as this is an unmonitored alias

    Any help please!
     
  2. bailiff

    bailiff

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    Theo,

    I've seen this numerous times on someone elses Hotmail account. I re-did the "optical test" several times and then it seemed to stop appearing. It almost seemed that it was so sensitive as to what the characters/numbers are. Try again and pay close attention to the numbers that are thrown in. Once again.....I think it is H/mail giving people a bunch of **** to discourage the users.

    bailiff
     
  3. a.ricka00@gm

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    You can read the solution at moveonhotmail.com
    You can't send from the desktop unless u follow the authors solution (send via GMail)
     
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