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Kleeshay

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I don't know for sure when it happened, but now that msn has this new address I cannot access any of my old addresses. Do they no longer exist? This also has affected my 'talk now' account. I cannot access it either.

I had to create a new account (with all the impending BS) just to talk to you. (Several months ago you knew me as Particleman, or some of you did).

Because of this change to live.com . . . I think, anyway . . . I have lost all of my previous e-mails addys, 'talk to peoplr' and gods know what else.

How do I get them back?

Does the old thing no longer exist?
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If you set up an entire new email address account, then to all intents and purposes, that's all it is - a new account.
If you've lost your old account because you didn't log into it regularly enough and said account has been deleted, then that's the end of it and everything in it will have gone.
I've had my primary Hotmail address since late April 1999. Since then it has gone through many changes, many servers, many new brands, looks, directions and changes of names. Anything stored in there - email, addresses, etc - was never lost, I had to delete it anyway as this was back well before Gmail came along and offered 1Gb mail boxes for nothing.
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It wasn't through lack of use. One day they worked, the next day they didn't.
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Did you try contacting them?
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