Anyone got any suggestions what to do. I tried looking in the microsoft database, but hotmail hacking issues don't seem to be catered for. Maybe I'm just missing the correct link or something.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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I don't think it's malware, since I have an old hotmail a/c which I don't use anymore, but I have kept active, just in case of... well, something like this! That one's still fine.
Good Morning Caine
I see that you have made 7 post beyond this one and I'm not fully sure if this would be a Malware issue.
I wish you a good day
I'm not sure what the address is to send queries about hacking. Could someone oblige me please?
have you contacted hotmail to see what they say?
Do you want an invite?
Sadly, hotmail DOES suck, but it's the best we've got. Anyway, once you've got all your people re-added, click contacts, then click 'Save Contact List', that way if it ever happen's again, you can just use the 'Import Contact List' command and get all your contacts back! Not many people know this, surprisingly.
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