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Old 05-06-2003, 11:25 PM   #1
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less hotmail space - again

anyone else notice this? im guessing they knocked out another 10 per cent from my space.

ive already deleted tonnes of shit, but the ammount of junk mail i get comes close to filling my inbox up.

so why dont i get a new email? trouble is, there are a lot of people that have this email address (work related) and its too late to change it now.

i hate the evils of hotmail.
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Old 05-06-2003, 11:29 PM   #2
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hotmail and msn blow - you can use services such as reroute.com to notify people you have a new email address. it will forward mail from your old account to your new account and let the sender know you have a new account
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Old 05-06-2003, 11:31 PM   #3
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this angers me.
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Old 05-07-2003, 12:00 AM   #4
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does it anger the nerds too?
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hotmail and msn blow - you can use services such as reroute.com to notify people you have a new email address. it will forward mail from your old account to your new account and let the sender know you have a new account
how exactly does it work? what would i need to do?
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how exactly does it work? what would i need to do?
you basically sign up with them, provide them a new email address and your current email address and everything is taken care of for you on their end.

http://www.re-route.com/

How it works
http://www.re-route.com/e_mail_forwa...te_detail.html

Costs
http://www.re-route.com/e_mail_forwarding/signup.php
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I hadn't heard of this about hotmail yet

rerout.com sounds good, I'll have too look into it...but, would the SPAM from hotmail get forwarded as well?
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if you really want to know i can find out for you
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DiGi's the man
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ah thanks a lot everyone.

the reason i say hotmail has decreased space is because im currently at 72 per cent while recently i was only at 58 - and i have even less now than i did then!
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:0 I only have 10% of my space used between my 2 accounts shows ya how much email I get hardly any!!!
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these are the costs for re-route.com

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New ISP 1 Month 3 Months
Featured Partners Free $25
Other ISPs $10 $25
if you're going to pay for services to forward your email from hotmail to another account, ($25 for 3 months) wouldn't it make more sense just to go ahead and pay the $19.95 to get more hotmail storage for a whole year?

I'm not paying anymore for email or email forwarding
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Tru dat tho
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im starting to notice that they're knocking out space too. but i really do like hotmail and i won't switch to another email service. i just wish i didnt get so much spam mail telling me i can have a bigger penis
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