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Hotmail is a free email service that gives you unlimited storage, fast search, solid security, POP access and an interface easy as a desktop email program. If you cannot log into your account — the guessing game begins. Better than guessing, you figure, is trying something, so you try a different browser and even another computer. Nothing works and nothing helps. Nothing, except tech support. If your problem does not vanish in a day or so and you cannot resolve it yourself, it's time for Hotmail support to tend to the issue.
Retrieve Hotmail Password
You may forget your password at any time and hence hotmail provides you with the ease to retrieve your forgotten Hotmail password. There are various processes provided by Hotmail and some of them are stated and discussed below.To retrieve your lost password, go to the login page and enter your email address. Click forgot password and a window will pop up asking you answer to your security question. Answer the question correctly with the answer you entered while signup. Now a window will pop up asking for a new password. Enter the password and confirm it. Now you password is changed and you can use your Hotmail account with your new password.
Recover a Lost Hotmail Password Without Secondary Address or Secret Question Answer
If you have neither a secondary email address associated with your Hotmail account nor a secret question (or a satisfying answer to it):Open the Hotmail account recovery form. Enter your Hotmail email address. Type an email address other than the one you are trying to recover under Contact email:. Click Continue. Provide as much detail as possible so Hotmail support can connect you to your account without doubt.
Block an Email Address in Hotmail
Blocking senders sounds impressive, mighty and useful, but it rarely is. To combat spam, for example, it is practically useless as spammers change their purported "address" with every message.