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  March Wind 19 Oct 11
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When I click on Internet Explorer on the left side of the window there is a red envelope called Hotmail. I aways open this up and it took me straight to my in box. Now it is saying Keep your In Box organised, and I have to sign in under Windows Live. I never used to have to do this. Could you tell me why? It is a new Window to me. I have an email telling me the message below, and its not the first time, but I acted on it as I do not understand it. will my email still work alright if I ignore message.

Important changes are coming to your Spaces account that affect you and will require you to choose an option that is right for you. We are very excited to announce our collaboration with a premier and innovative blogging service, WordPress.com, to offer you an upgraded blogging experience. We'll help you migrate your current Windows Live Spaces blog to WordPress.com or you can download it to save for later. You should know that On 16th March 2011 your current space will close.

  lotvic 20 Oct 11

Ignore it, if you had a blog it's now gone http://explore.live.com/windows-live-spaces-help-center

Quote: "If you have an existing blog on Spaces, it's easy to move your blog to WordPress.com, but you can also download your blog or delete it. Or you can do nothing, but note that your entire space will be automatically deleted on March 16, 2011"

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