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fanton

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People are starting to think my Emails are spam. Everytime I send an outgoing email, there is a signature with a hyperlinked ad. This ad changes, for example there is one that links to MSN money, advertising Tax Season. These are generated automatically, and I cannot manually remove them. It is a real pain in the arse. I have tried contacting MS about it, but their suggestions do not help.

Using Windows XP home, IE7, ISP=comcast, Voip=Vonage

If anyone wants me to send them an email, let me know. Just tell me how to get rid of these.

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it's something that hotmail is doing now apparently...i don't tend to send from my hotmail anymore...but...i think it's the price of free email....you get free email..they get free advertising...all the links that get sent seem to be microsoft related as you've stated....so it's obviously not spam....i also can't find a place to turn it off...i think this is just as i said...the price of free email
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Ok, then. Thunderbird, here I come. Goodbye hotmail
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