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Hotmail was one of the first free webmail services. This Hotmail review has information on current free Hotmail webmail offers, upgraded paid Hotmail services, and what new Hotmail webmail features for 2009. Keep reading for more Hotmail review info.
Hotmail has grown up from being one of the first free webmail services when it was developed by Sabeer Bhatia and Jack Smith in July, 1996. Acquired in 1997 by Micosoft, it then became MSN Hotmail, and subsequently released (2007) as Windows Live Hotmail. Read on to find out what makes Hotmail worthy of your consideration for free webmail.
The current Hotmail offers a free service and a paid upgrade that enhances the offerings, so you can grow with the service without having to switch email clients. With the free service, you receive:
Rolling out in 2009 are the following features:
Note that although the license says that your content belongs to you (not Microsoft), it also says that, "We may refuse to publish your content and may remove your content from the service at any time." Also, note that there is no customer support for this service.
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