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Hotmail query, up & down arrows.


alibob

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When I click on the up/down arrows on the right hand side of my hotmail nothing happens. If I want to read the next email, or previous one, I have to click on inbox every time.

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All kinds of issues seem to be cropping up with Hotmail all of a sudden. Microsoft is trying to migrate everyone to its new free webmail service - called outlook.com - and it looks to me as if nobody is bothering much with maintenance on the Hotmail servers.

I could be wrong, but there has been a rash of issues with Hotmail recently. Your problem doesn't sound as though there's anything wrong at your end.

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alibob

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I beleive Hot mail is part of Microsoft?, if so they are trying to get rid of customers by also demanding people to put in email address & password everytime I try to log-in to IE. They say its to do with security, this is so much crap. I uninstalled Firefox because of this problem, if they cannot even remember an email address they should go out of business. I will just uningstall IE if I have to sign in every time.What is the point of having a box saying, (Remember Me), if they do not.

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