I registered for Outlook.com with my Hotmail email address and am not unable to figure out how to convert my Hotmail account over to Outlook. I can no longer log in to Hotmail to "upgrade".
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To change your @hotmail.com to a new @outlook.com
If your Hotmail account does not have a strong password that conforms to outlook.com requirements (i.e. at least 8 characters with at least two of: upper case, lower case, number, symbol) you must first change your Hotmail password then you can do the conversion.
Also note that you may be asked to supply a phone number and other information in case something goes wrong and they need to contact you. A phone number for sure has to be entered. A dummy phone number with area code and 123-4567 worked. You may or may not need to supply a security question. I supplied and tried to avoid the phone number. Now I cannot remove it. The other passwored recovery questions appear to be optional.
I can no longer log in to Hotmail to "upgrade".
Are you saying you are still on the 'old' Hotmail and can't find where to change over to the 'new' Outlook? Or can you simply not log in anymore?
If you can't find where to 'upgrade', try going to Outlook.com and log in.
If you can't log in, and you are trying to log in with
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