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I'm afraid you can't stop that from happening, at least for now, see reference. I'm on a Chromebook and wasn't able to find references on the internet about either Chrome OS or Chrome implementing the Unicode version 7. Reference http://stackoverflow.com/a/7862643/1536038


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The connection has been made inside your friend's Contacts list. Because your friend has somehow got your gmail address as well as your hotmail address, and s/he had said that they belong to the same person, the connection is made - but ONLY inside his/her contacts. The only way to break it is to ask your friend to delete the gmail address and profile ...


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I don't really know what the answer to the question is, but I do know a way to find out for yourself. This probably depends on the different providers, and the type of mails you send anyway. You can test this very easily. Create a document on Dropbox (something random), and create a link to the document like you normally do. Then instead of just using that ...


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From what I've read here, and here, everything indicates that you can't add back your original myname@hotmail.com, or at least not right now, but you might have some options: Wait for a rather longer amount of time, until the address is free and create a new account with it. (Not a new alias because it won't let you.) This period can vary from 30 days to ...


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If I understand you correctly, you are using a FROM address in the form "mrblack"? I believe that breaks RFC 2822 and so there is no guarantee that ANY client will accept it. You need to put your FROM address text into the correct RFC format.


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No, it is not possible. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook_com/forum/oaccount-omyinfo/renamemerge-a-hotmail-and-a-outlook-account/1e0818b0-3107-40ee-ac2b-c6ad85de3ebe Linking is also not available any more.



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