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forward email from hotmail to outlook


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does anyone know how to automatically forward your hotmail email account to your outlook account?

thanks!
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Send Bill Money
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why foward? just setup your hotmail account in outlook.
that way all hotmail email goes straight to outlook. If you need help let me know, I will send you the settings. BTW outlook express or microsoft outlook?
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don't work you have to pay to do that srry!!!!

have to upgrade to Hotmail plus or w/e
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Hi Guys
I have hotmail email running through my Outlook express.
Cost me nothing set put the settings in. FREEBIE
Cheers
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What did you enter for pop and smtp
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Sorry guys looks like new users of Hotmail can't do It.
Read this.
Cheers
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To protect our users from the increasing amount of unsolicited junk e-mail or spam sent from MSN Hotmail accounts through Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook Express, we have reluctantly had to restrict the new use of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook Express to subscribers.
If you use Microsoft Outlook 2002 or 2003, you can set up a separate Inbox for your Hotmail account within Outlook. This option is currently available for Microsoft Windows operating systems only.


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In Outlook, click the Tools menu, and then click E-mail Accounts.
Click Add a new e-mail account, and then click Next.
Click HTTP, and then click Next.
Type your user and sign-in information, and then make sure Hotmail is selected as the HTTP Mail Service Provider.
To help protect your privacy, do not select the Remember password check box unless you are the sole person with access to the program. If you do not select the Remember password check box, you will be asked to enter your password in step 5.
Do not select the Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA) check box.
Click Next, and then click Finish.
Note

After you set up your Hotmail account in Outlook, your Hotmail folders appear in the Outlook folder list.
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Tried with an account I've had for years and it says got to upgrade
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did you try the second part in the message I Posted
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Yes, I get Access to Hotmail via Outlook now requires a subscription
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change to yahoo
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I have a free 1TB account with hriders.com so enough room there for a while, yousendit.com is neat for sending files to 1GB, and I actually got a keith@ account, which makes a change from the usual option of this username is not available, how about keith1954@
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