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For Outlook and Outlook Express users

Previously I posted an article here titled ‘Hotmail will discontinue DAV protocol from September 2009’. Here is a reminder. If you’re still using the DAV protocol fro receiving e-mail via Outlook, Outlook Express and Entourage from Hotmail, please select one of the alternative solutions before September 1, 2009.

To continue receiving e-mail from your Hotmail account via Outlook Express 2003 and 2007 , you're encouraged to upgrade free Windows Live Mail.

If you’re using Outlook 2002, you’ll need to change the settings in your Outlook program.

Microsoft Outlook users need to download and install the Outlook Connector add-on or change your settings in Outlook Express .

Users of Entourage (in Mac OS X) should change the settings to POP3 protocol. More information

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