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Getting Out of someone else's Outlook [RESOLVED]


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:tazz: An ex-friend guessed my password once and put me in her Outlook account. She reads my hotmail emails. Is there any possible way, besides telling MSN about this, to remove my hotmail email address from her Outlook?
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Hi littleladykitty

Change your password that will stop your friend

Kc :tazz:
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:tazz: I did change my password and she can still read my emails!!! It is a password she could never know. Is there any other way she could get into my email without knowing my password? She doesn't reset it either.
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Hi littleladykitty

You can close the account a start a new one.

You can go to the police explain the problem to them.

Kc :tazz:
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:tazz: I do not want to rat on my friend, even though we aren't friends now and I wnated to keep this account. But I guess there isn't any solution at least from you!
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :tazz:

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