[jaws-uk] Re: Fw: Final Notice: Important info for Hotmail customers on Outlook, Outlook Express, or Entourage

You could setup your OE to use Hotmail in pop3. I did that about three weeks 
ago and all is going fine. The link in the email you forwarded provides help on 
how to do that. If you have more than one email account and want the emails to 
come in separate folders you can set rules in OE to do that.

HTH,
Amro
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: shirley clow 
  To: jaws-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Saturday, August 22, 2009 4:22 PM
  Subject: [jaws-uk] Fw: Final Notice: Important info for Hotmail customers on 
Outlook, Outlook Express, or Entourage


  Hello All,

  Please find below the e-mail I received from Microsoft regarding the closure 
of Hotmail using Outlook Express etc.

  Anyone any thoughts on this?...

  Regards,

  Shirley.


  Subject: Fw: Final Notice: Important info for Hotmail customers on Outlook, 
Outlook Express, or Entourage



  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Windows Live Hotmail Team 
  To: shirleyclo@xxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Saturday, August 22, 2009 9:05 AM
  Subject: Final Notice: Important info for Hotmail customers on Outlook, 
Outlook Express, or Entourage


         
        
       Dear Windows Live Hotmail Customer,


                    You are receiving this note because you have used Microsoft 
Office Outlook, Outlook Express, or Entourage to view your Windows Live 
Hotmail®. Microsoft is changing the way these programs access Hotmail e-mail 
which will require you to take action.

                    To continue to receive e-mail from your Hotmail account, 
please select one of the alternative solutions below before September 1, 2009. 
After this day, new e-mail can only be delivered to your mail programs through 
the following alternative solutions.

                    If you use Microsoft Office Outlook to view Hotmail, you 
can download free Office Outlook Connector to continue accessing your Windows 
Live Hotmail within Outlook 2003 or 2007. If you're using Outlook 2002, you 
will need to change the settings on your program to access your Hotmail. Click 
here to learn more. 

                    If you use Outlook Express to view Hotmail, you can choose 
to download free Windows Live Mail (recommended) or change the settings on your 
program to access your Hotmail within Outlook Express. Click here to learn more 
about your options. 

                    If you use Entourage to view Hotmail, you can change the 
settings in your program to view your e-mail. Click here to learn more. 

                    Why is this happening? Outlook, Outlook Express, and 
Entourage use a legacy communications method (known as the DAV protocol) to 
access Hotmail. Because the DAV protocol is not optimally suited for programs 
to access large inboxes such as Hotmail which now provides users ever-growing 
storage*, new alternatives have been built. Last year, customers asked us to 
postpone plans to retire the DAV protocol until more options were available. 
Now that these options (including the POP3 protocol) are available, we are 
ready to retire the DAV protocol. 

                    Thank you for using Windows Live Hotmail.

                    Sincerely,

                    Your Windows Live Hotmail Team 

                    *Assumes a reasonable growth rate. 

                         
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