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Would you put something in the waste bin and expect it still to be there weeks later? Of course not, so why are you treating the Deleted folder differently? Put the items you want to keep in a different folder instead.
We could say this is kind of a hidden trick of Gmail. Here is what Google says about it: Gmail doesn’t recognize dots as characters within usernames, you can add or remove the dots from a Gmail address without changing the actual destination address; they’ll all go to your inbox, and only yours And the makeuseof article about it. Microsoft ...
I asked the same question on Microsoft support last month and, at that time, they said the answer was "no."
Use Gmail. In Gmail, you can "Archive" old mail messages that you most likely don't want to see anymore to free the inbox from clutter; but the messages will still be there if you go to "All Mail" (or search).
Here is how: Go to GMail. Go to settings. Switch to Accounts and Imports tab. Click Add another email address you own. GMail will take you through the rest of the process. Also refer this if you are stuck: http://email.about.com/od/gmailtips/ss/get_hotmail_pop.htm ...
Windows Live Mail, part of the Windows Live Essentials package can be used with virtually any existent email provider, free or not. This is a step-by-step guide from the installation process till the culmination of the configuration process to a Gmail account. Installation Access to Windows Live Mail web page and download the application: Get Windows ...
Your Windows Live account page should show a "Registered since" date. (This is for any Live/MSN account, not just for Hotmail.)
How about you click the unsubscribe button at the bottom? Hotmail adverts are opt-in.
It may time out within a day, but if not in cases like these, you may need to recover the account. What that means is either customer support or web form will take you through a series of questions about the account that only you could know, like creation date (don't worry, they realize that it won't be down to the specific day), or maybe someone you ...
Hotmail will not let anyone else register with an existing Windows Live ID username before 365 days after that username has been cancelled/deleted. It may also be possible that someone has registered a Windows Live ID username without opening a hotmail account. In that case, nobody else can use that Windows Live ID username in a hotmail email-address.
It is possible to set up an alias for your email address in the country code top level domain. The option is available somewhere in the mail settings. Here are some steps (note that this is using Outlook online): Log in to your Hotmail/Windows Live account. Click on the gear icon on the top right hand corner and select "More mail settings" In the Options ...
Unfortunately, email services from live.com have been discontinued. If you already have one, they will remain active and no end-date has been published to my knowledge for them being deleted. However, new signups have been disabled for some time in favour of outlook.com and Office365.
Regarding the contacts - you should export all your contacts to a .csv file. Under correction, you should be able to do this by going to options, customize contacts and then export contacts. Then in Gmail you should go to contacts and "import" contacts. I am not entirely sure about the calender entries, but I've successfully migrated contacts in the past ...
Your values are accurate. Your Outlook\Live\Hotmail messages and data are stored on Microsoft servers. Skydrive is a separate service that you have simply by having an Outlook.com account (not always do you have this, many people do). If you have Outlook locally installed on your computer there are ways to save mail on your hard drive, or in Windows 7 and 8 ...
By sending an email to the alias, the verification email is supposed to arrive at your original mailbox. An alias is not a new email identity - it's another name ('alias') you call your existing one. This way, you can give different sites/people different aliases, and thus hide your true email address, and see who's sending you what (great for catching ...
There is lifehacker article called Reformat your Gmail address with dots that discusses this great feature.
One thing you could try is using a second domain to redirect. It looks like Windows Live would support you creating an email domain, of say mail.example.com and then you could create a catchall on your registrar's site (GoDaddy instructions for example) for the "main"/primary domain. email@example.com (is catchall) (redirects to ...
Within Windows Live multiple folders are created for Gmail by default. One will be inbox another will be the Gmail accounts folders themselves (All Mail, Drafts, Sent etc). When you download the Gmail email to Windows Live, it will be present in both the Windows Live Inbox folder for the account and the Gmail All Mails folder. If you are using an unread ...
In the end, I just downloaded windows live mail, logged in with my live ID, and it synced everything up for me :-)
Use the forwarding option to forward all email to a backup address. e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure that the "keep a copy of forwarded messages..." is ticked. This way, any emails deleted will still be accessible after your seven days have passed. Just log into your backup account and forward the email to undelete to your main address. I'd use ...
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