how to recall a sent message from hotmail to yahoo

I sent an email with personal data to the unsafe recepient. I have an account in Hotmail Live Windows. The recepient account is in yahoo.com. Please, help me to recall my email before the recepient reads it. My personal data is included in the attachment of my email. May be there is a way to recall only my attachment and not the entire original message? Thank you very much
pytanieAsked:
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ktl532Commented:
you don't.
Only possible if you are using the Exchange Server
Hotmail does not provide you with the means to recall a sent
message. They don't use the MS Exchange mail server.
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andrew_aj1Commented:
Once it is sent there is not really a way to get an e-mail back. Sorry. Make sure your double check everything in the future. Good luck.
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paogiverCommented:
Hi pytanie,

1) I'm sorry there is no way you can do that.
2) Even if you can do it, yahoo and hotmail are two different email companies. One deserved all the rights of the particular mail when an email settle on their inbox. You cannot withdraw it.

I'm sorry, there's sometime i wish i could withdraw some email which i mistakenly sent too.
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