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I can answer the question I asked and describe how I put the symptoms into remission (so far), but can't explain the underlying problem. I'll post this to help others with the same problem, but won't accept my own answer in the hope that someone else has an answer for what is actually causing problem. Is there a way to completely remove Skype ...


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All email clients restrict the types of HTML you can include so as to ensure any HTML is safe to use. Of course, this tends to mean that "newer" or custom elements tend to be stripped. An addition, there is an error in your code <span style="tel"> should be <span class="tel"> which should be recognised. You could also define the style using an ...


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Yes, the hotmail password is limited to 16 characters. A few Reason for Maximum Password Length gives some reasons as to why some providers choose a maximum length. See also Why are passwords limited to 16 characters?. Source Outlook webmail passwords restricted to 16 chars - how does that compare with Yahoo and Gmail? It seems that Outlook.com ...


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I was able to change the colour by simply editing the "Rich text" version and toggling to view the HTML ("Edit in HTML"). However, this did not remove the text underline on the link in iOS Mail (which probably overrides this): <div>Tel: <font color="#000000" style="text-decoration:none;">01234 567 890</font></div> This resulted in ...


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In GMail settings select "Accounts and Imports" (In english may vary, i have spanish lang), and in section "Send messages as" select "Add another email account" and when asked, DON'T ADD IT AS ALIAS! Why? Because if you add it as an alias, Google Mail Servers will appear as senders. If you add manually the other server (Original Account) GMail will act ...


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To "send as" your outlook.com email address from Gmail: In Gmail, open settings and go to Accounts and Import Next to "send mail as:" click on Add another email address you own Enter your outlook.com address and press Next Step » You may wish to uncheck "Treat as an alias" (information) You need to supply the SMTP server, your username and your ...


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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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Does the individual who sent you the document have you listed as "having permission"? Google docs have various separate permission settings for who can view, edit, etc. The individual may not have specifically given you permission to either view or edit the document. For example, one can give permission to view but not edit. Another setting may allow ...


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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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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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Contact your ISP and see if they can/will do anything about it. Buy a domain from a registrar that provides email services that include a mail server on which you can do sender address verification (either you have full admin control over the SMTP server and can install / configure as you wish, or their provided solution allows you, or them, to set up ...



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