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Topic # 6573 5-Feb-2006 21:22
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yea i no this is a newbie question but i have no idea how 2 do it so if anyone can tell please tell.......

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Reply # 27875 5-Feb-2006 21:43
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Not sure...

Does anyone still use Hotmail??

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Reply # 27876 5-Feb-2006 22:20
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I use Hotmail only for my MSN Messenger account and for Microsoft related stuff - however I am now on the "new" Hotmail (Live Mail) beta.

Back on topic - if yhe Panasonic x701 has an email client, it will probably be POP3 or IMAP4. If this is the case then Hotmail offers a POP3 interface but it's a subscription service, it is not free.

If you have a subscription service and want to use their POP3 access then check the Hotmal help section.





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