Hotmail Changes

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Lloyd Jones, Sep 7, 2004.

  1. Lloyd Jones

    Lloyd Jones Guest

    Trying to catch up with competition

    "Changes to your MSN® Hotmail® account

    As you probably know, your MSN Hotmail account is changing for the better.

    From this autumn, all free Hotmail accounts will have a 250MB inbox, as well
    as the ability to send and receive attachments of up to 10MB. With MSN
    Calendar, you'll also be able to manage your time more efficiently by
    sharing your calendar with others. You'll also get twice the amount of spam
    protection with the ability to block up to 500 specific e-mail addresses or
    entire domains.

    Your Hotmail account is already the only free global e-mail service that
    both scans and cleans incoming and outgoing e-mail for viruses and worms.
    Plus, Microsoft Smartscreen technology gives you a choice between 3 spam
    filtering levels, including our exclusive spam-free inbox. Hotmail also
    allows you to express yourself with rich text editing, custom signatures,
    photo e-mail and more!

    To learn more about the great changes to your MSN Hotmail account, click the
    button below."

    LJ
     
    Lloyd Jones, Sep 7, 2004
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  2. Lloyd Jones

    Lloyd Jones Guest

    Don't know why I copied the last sentence ;-)

    LJ
     
    Lloyd Jones, Sep 7, 2004
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  3. Lloyd Jones

    Wizard Guest

    LLoyd, you are starting to post loke a spammer ...whats up with you? Who
    do you work for and what is your angle with all of the advertisments?
    The first few I thought you were just being helpfull now it appears you
    are just an advertisor?

    Lloyd Jones wrote:
    >
    > Trying to catch up with competition
    >
    > "Changes to your MSN® Hotmail® account
    >
    > As you probably know, your MSN Hotmail account is changing for the better.
    >
    > From this autumn, all free Hotmail accounts will have a 250MB inbox, as well
    > as the ability to send and receive attachments of up to 10MB. With MSN
    > Calendar, you'll also be able to manage your time more efficiently by
    > sharing your calendar with others. You'll also get twice the amount of spam
    > protection with the ability to block up to 500 specific e-mail addresses or
    > entire domains.
    >
    > Your Hotmail account is already the only free global e-mail service that
    > both scans and cleans incoming and outgoing e-mail for viruses and worms.
    > Plus, Microsoft Smartscreen technology gives you a choice between 3 spam
    > filtering levels, including our exclusive spam-free inbox. Hotmail also
    > allows you to express yourself with rich text editing, custom signatures,
    > photo e-mail and more!
    >
    > To learn more about the great changes to your MSN Hotmail account, click the
    > button below."
    >
    > LJ
     
    Wizard, Sep 7, 2004
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  4. Lloyd Jones

    Lloyd Jones Guest

    How is that spamming???

    All your posts are not helpful just making sarcastic comments.

    LJ
     
    Lloyd Jones, Sep 7, 2004
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  5. Lloyd Jones

    colin Guest


    > How is that spamming???
    >
    > All your posts are not helpful just making sarcastic comments.
    >
    > LJ
    >
    >


    I found it to be a useful piece of imformation..
     
    colin, Sep 7, 2004
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  6. Lloyd Jones

    Lloyd Jones Guest

    So did I Colin, I wouldn't have posted it otherwise.

    LJ
     
    Lloyd Jones, Sep 7, 2004
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  7. Lloyd Jones

    Thor Guest

    "Lloyd Jones" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > How is that spamming???
    >
    > All your posts are not helpful just making sarcastic comments.



    I agree with Wizard. I just think it's annoying to a lot of people when
    someone takes it upon themselves to routinely post unsolicited technical
    information as if they are doing public service announcements. It's just
    another form of spam IMHO.
     
    Thor, Sep 7, 2004
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  8. Lloyd Jones

    Lloyd Jones Guest

    Well thankfully Thor, not all people have a stick up their arse.

    LJ
     
    Lloyd Jones, Sep 7, 2004
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  9. Lloyd Jones

    Thor Guest

    "Lloyd Jones" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Well thankfully Thor, not all people have a stick up their arse.


    No, thankfully they don't Lloyd. Or else they would all be posting random
    unsolicited crap and poor advice like you do.
     
    Thor, Sep 7, 2004
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  10. Lloyd Jones

    Lloyd Jones Guest

    I've got better things to do than criticise people all day, so I'm not going
    to continue this childish tiff.

    Don't like what I post then don't read it!

    It's as simple as that.

    LJ
     
    Lloyd Jones, Sep 7, 2004
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