HotMail forgets the Sign-Out button

  wee eddie 20:33 19 Mar 03

A more temperate posting this time. Sorry FE, my language was out of order.

However the newly designed Hotmail front page does not sport a Sign-Out button.

I have checked the Help Files and there are instructions as to how to Sign-Out.

You press the Sign-Out button.

Unfortunately there appears to be no way of contacting the Operators.

Maybe FE knows how to bring this slight oversight to their attention.

Maybe someone here knows how I can Change User whilst in Hotmail

  powerless 20:36 19 Mar 03

Log out of MSN.

Close IE.

Reopen IE.

  powerless 20:37 19 Mar 03

MSN/Windows messenger i mean.

  watchful 20:47 19 Mar 03

Could you not go to File and then sign out?

  wee eddie 21:01 19 Mar 03

That facility seems to have dissapeared alltogether.

I reconed that if I signed out I would then be able to sign in as a different user, but that is not the case.

The previous interface allowed me to click on my Favourites button and a "Change User" Screen came up. It remembered my different accounts and passwords as well, although that was a bonus.

  VoG™ 21:29 19 Mar 03

Click on "Sign out .net" button at top right of screen.

  wee eddie 21:36 19 Mar 03

I still can't find "Change User" though

  wee eddie 10:56 20 Mar 03

All they've done is change the whole thing, but I got it eventually.

After using one Identity, I just need to click back to Hotmail of my Favourites list and I get the following choice.

I did not recognise it as a link as it wasn't really highlighted.

"Sign in with a New E-mail address"

Thanks for the help.

  Meshuga 19:38 20 Mar 03

Wee Eddie. I signed out of hotmail 10 minutes ago.
The signout button is on the top righthand corner.

  wee eddie 20:35 20 Mar 03

Meshuga. If you click Hotmail on your favourites. It takes you to the last Log-on that occurred.

That is not necessarily you.

And there is no way that you can change user from there.

I know, now, that you put a new e-mail address in and off you go. But that is not immeadiately obviouse. Well is wasn't to me.

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