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MSN E Mail

Posted by skye (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 21, 02 at 15:44

I have just recently gone to MSN and am wondering if anyone else has probs with e mail?

Before on AOL, I knew right off the bat if an e mail was undeliverable. Now with MSN I sometimes get a letter back many hours later saying it has been delayed, no need to resend the letter. From two to four days later another email comes back saying it was undeliverable.

This had made me lose confidence and am always wondering if my e mails are received at all.

If you have no advice on how to remedy this, Is there a really good e mail service out there that I can use??

TIA
skye


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RE: MSN E Mail

I never have problems sending or receiving with Yahoo, and their spam blocing is much better (and more user friendly) than anything MS offer. I only use my Hotmail address for registering for sites likely to send me spam.


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RE: MSN E Mail

Thank you Ray. I think I will give Yahoo a try.


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