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When im using a dialup connection I can log in to my user and pass in hotmail, but when I am connected in a network this message comes out "loginnet.pass.com could not be found" although I input the correct pass and username. What is the problem ?
what browser? i know for me personally konqueror no longer works for hotmail. get a nice pop up saying this site requires authentication asking for a username and password which then logs into hotmail but proceeds to get stuck at a certain hotmail tab (i can't remember which it is, although i think it was compose) no matter which frickin' link i click on. so if i have to check my hotmail account, i use either mozilla or opera which both work fine.
hotmail's pretty damn decent for a spam account. which is what my hotmail accounts are for. i don't give out my isp addy at all except to people i know and hotmail doesn't require me to give them real info when signing up. eh te, to each their own. i guess i'll look into linuxmail though.