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Locked out of hotmail account

Posted on 2011-09-23
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A person has not used their hot mail for about 3 weeks.  They now try use it and are asked for a password, and the password is rejected.
They attempt to have the password changed, but when the encryption code is entered, the message is to many tries.

Is there a support channel for hotmail?
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