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#7626 02/13/02 12:34 AM
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Is there a requirement for people with email accounts at @msn.com to now use a different address like '@email.msn.com' or something similar?

I've gotten some mail returned lately from addresses that had previously worked.

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Can't reach my sister since she converted to msn. Thought it changed from "@msn.com" to "@hotmail.msn.com" but neither of them worked. Wish I knew what was going on too!

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My wife's Email is with MSN and her address is @hotmail.com.

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I'm glad to hear I wasn't doing something wrong. Is this a fairly recent change, like within the last week or so?

Maybe someone else around here can tell us what's going on. I know that we've got quite a few people with addresses at MSN

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Bill,
I have a MSN account as well as AOL. I e-mailed myself using both @msn.com and @mail.msn.com and both worked. Not sure what the problem you are having could be. (Other than MSN is a terrible sevice [Linked Image] )


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