As best as I can figure, when it switched to a Microsoft Account log in, it kindly set up an account in Windows Mail. Thunderbird is just one example. So I had to go to the irritating process of resetting my password and I reset it to the one that it already was. I followed the instructions on resetting my password but when I entered my secret answer to my secret question it said it was wrong! Most commonly, that means that your hotmail. Every time I click on the button to open a new account, I get a blank page on all of my devices.
Initially could not login to my original local computer; no mouse or keyboard activity. Hey, not sure if anyone is still monitoring this comment section, but I definitely would appreciate from help. I checked my friends hotmail on the same computer and it works fully. Anything that looks the least bit like spam will be removed. Newsletter and get a copy of The Ask Leo! Anyway, it was a peculiar default setting in Internet Options which had to be changed.
The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate has expired. I become angered with the popup that makes me select which browser I want to use, Edge, or Internet Explorer, and I bet if I select Edge it would never ask me again, that is what I mean about being pushed. You can add up to five aliases per year to your account up to a maximum of 15, and you can send and receive email from all of these aliases. I did get an msn message sying that i needed to get a new e-mail addy etc. If I try to reset my password my answer to my secret question — also correct is regarded as incorrect. Have not been able to access msn.
Everything is to the left of the screen, in blue font and the pop ups are blocked. When Microsoft offers official statements in regard to Outlook, or Hotmail, problems then you can be sure to find them below. You use Gmail fully within Outlook Mail by importing all the messages and have the option to send from the Gmail address at any time. You don't have to go back to W8. Even if it looked like it, it was probably a hacker attempting to get my personal information. Has anyone else got this situation on 8.
I hope this information may be of use. Did the Microsoft account completely Hijack my old local account and convert it to Microsoft? Click Allow and you will find that the msn. I can think of two options hope somebody can think of more : 1. I know this has been done by someone who is very close to me, and that person is mis-using that information. It keeps asking for a pass word. This is deep in the , but fortunately there are tools out there to make this setting a little easier to tweak. So kind of trapped with this issue.
The website is temporarily unavailable. Step Select a password and type it into the box provided. I have never signed into this account in a public domain so I would hope its not a theft issue. The best possibility is to think back to when you opened the account, and see if you can figure out the information you used back then. I want to unlink the Microsoft account while preserving everything about the original local user account. As for other benefits, well, I consider them a nuisance at best. The page loads, left menu and ads of course.
How can I unlink the Microsoft account and revert back to using the existing and original local account credentials. The only thing I can think to do is to send important emails to my gmail account to view them. It seems the only way to unlink the Microsoft account is to create a brand new local user account. I worked out how to sign back in with my local account. I cant get into the other 2 hotmail accounts along with my work gmail, but the password is correct as I got a program to tell me all my passwords.
I was then able to log into Hotmail. Instead, email you send from your phone or other client will still be sent from the primary address of your account. Someone saw, got or guessed your password, and then went off and changed it. Sometimes these are very important emails, and worth considering a move to another email provider, and dropping Hotmail altogether. Click on the File tab at the top of your browser, and make sure there's not a check mark next to the words Work Offline.