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How can I Remove My hotmail ID from internet white pages?

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How can I Remove My hotmail ID from internet white pages?

When I created my email ID in hotmail long back in 1997, I have put the check mark by mistake " include my email in internet whitepages"  now I am not able to remove this option and all parties  are sending to my email since then, its really annoying.

any suggestion?

thanks


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you can't, your email is public now and has probably been circulated to thousands of databases. Easiest solution is simply setting your spamfilter in hotmail slightly higher, it's a pretty good one. You can also block senders you see frequently but don't want to receive anything from.
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oh I see.

well, I tried to put the spamfilter as high before but all my friends email will go to Junk emails even if its safe.

I am tired of blocking IDs I think I'll live with that.

thanks
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you could get a new email address and let your friends know, and then just monitor the old one every now and then...:)
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