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The answer comes from a chat with Skype support... This is part of the chat log. Slightly edited to improve spelling and grammar, but otherwise unchanged. TLDR When you click 'delete' in the Skype Web interface, the system actually just unlinks the Microsoft account. You now can't log into it again. With no remaining linked login systems, nobody else can ...


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Click on Outlook icon from Apps section (first icon in your screenshot). It will open in a new tab on your browser where you can see all your mails (inbox, draft, sent items, deleted items etc.).


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Only Microsoft can answer the exact time period. As per my knowledge after 60 days they delete all your data from the sever. Some data might take few more days or weeks to get clear from the server and backups. But after 60 days you will not be able to access any application through that account.


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According to Mike Kinsman Owner Monday, August 29, 2011 8:01 PM: I think you're asking how to switch your MSDN Subscription to a different Windows Live ID. Is this the case? If so, this is easy to do, you can just take your subscription information (first name, last name, email address on the subscription, and your Subscriber ID). You also ...


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I don't think it can be done. Paid apps need a valid Credit Card but without one there's no purpose of adding an account.


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