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[Tutorial] How To Synchronize Your Hotmail And Outlook With Android

Not long ago Microsoft has enabled protocol EAS (Exchange ActiveSync), that support for all accounts linked to their email services, so that now, all devices that support EAS 2010 will be able to push notifications and sync calendars and contacts. In this tutorial I will show you which steps you need to follow if you choose to sync your Android…
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Microsoft Limits Password Lengths To 16 Characters

Microsoft recently rolled out Outlook, the same email service as Hotmail but with an all new design in consistence with the Metro looks from Windows 8. If you try to sign up for Outlook, you can't set a password which is longer than 16 characters. While that remains the case with new accounts, Microsoft is expanding the limitation to existing…
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[Tutorial] How To Get @outlook.com Email Account

Back in June 2012 there were rumors that Microsoft Hotmail is changing its name and look. Seems like those rumors are correct because from now on Hotmail will be called Outlook. If you wonder what is happening with email addresses, well the situation is as follows; your @hotmail.com address will still exist and work as it did before. However if you…
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Microsoft Rebrands Hotmail As Outlook.com, Adds New Features

It has often been stated that the days of Hotmail are nearly over. Most professionals have a rather low opinion of Microsoft's email service, and they have fair reasons to do so. However, all this is about to change. Microsoft is rebranding Hotmail as 'Outlook', which will be a new email service packing awesome features and having a Metro-style…
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[Tutorial] How To Download A Copy Of All Your Emails

When you read your emails, you use a web mail clients such Gmail, AOL, Hotmail or Yahoo for example. Whenever you read emails using those online clients you need to have access to internet. If you need to take your emails wherever you go, you can download all your messages in a mail program on your computer or on a memory stick and then read them…
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