Tips to get a Hotmail Current Email Address

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How do I set up my Hotmail account after creating it? Open your inbox. Click on “Options” at the top right. Select “More options”.

Open “Account management” then click on “Receive and send messages from other mailboxes”. Click on “You can receive mails from these accounts” then on “add another email. Switch to the Use your email instead option if you would prefer to access the service this way: Choose Get a new email address to create a new address entirely: Or, use the Use a phone number instead option to sign up using your phone number: Click Next to save your changes: Choosing Your Hotmail (Outlook.com) Password. I would like to get a new, individual email address such [email protected], or [email protected] I DO NOT want it associated with any other email address such as my Microsoft. Open your Internet browser and go to the Hotmail home page.

Click “Sign Up” on the lower left of the screen. Hotmail was first created in 1996 to provide a free e-mail account service. Type in your desired ID and select “hotmail.com” from the drop-down menu next to the ID.

Create your email address. Type your preferred email name into the “New email” text field in the middle of the page. You can select your email address’ domain (either @outlook.com or @hotmail.com) by clicking the downward-facing arrow on the right side of the “New email” field and then clicking the domain that you want to use in the drop-down menu.

Instructions. Double click the icon of the internet browser you are currently using. It can be Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome etc.

Now open Hotmail’s login page. Enter your Window Live ID and password into the specific fields provided and log into you Hotmail Email Account. You’ll be taken to the “Create an account” page. Enter the email name you want into the “User name” field, and then click on the down-arrow next to “@outlook.com” to the right.

You’ll be presented with a drop-down list of domains on which you can create your new account. Lo and behold, “hotmail.com” is on the list. Get a new email address Please wait Please wait. Open a web browser, go to the Outlook.com sign-up screen, and select Create free account.

Enter a username — the part of the email address that comes before @outlook.com. Select the dropdown arrow at the far right of the username field to change the domain from the default outlook.com to hotmail.com if you prefer a Hotmail address. Fill in your username (email address, Skype name or phone number). Click on the “Next” button where you will be asked for your password.

If you wish to keep the connection, you can check the corresponding box and then click on the “Connect” button. Sign in to Hotmail from your phone. 46 rows · Microsoft launched Windows Live Hotmail in 2007, and they were offering many domains.

Get free Outlook email and calendar, plus Office Online apps like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Sign in to access your Outlook, Hotmail or Live email account.

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