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MSN email - too many invalid logins

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My OS is win 7 Prof 64 bit and I have the MSN email, the free account, for many years.  The email is read using Outlook 2007.  The emails used to come into my Inbox without any problems.  but today I got a message that there were too many invalid login attempts and asking me to try again sometime later.  The only configuration I did was to set the send/receive to every 5 minutes.  is this a reason, or is someone trying to hack into my account.  Or how do I resolve this.  Thank u.
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Sam Simon Nasser earned 500 total points
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close the outlook, and wait at least 30 minutes .. then open it. maybe your account temporary become locked. just wait.
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thank u, your advice worked.
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