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#91704 19-Oct-2011 16:13
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I'm setting up a Windows Live domain and want to test some settings.  To do this I want to set up a Hotmail account but every time I try to do this I keep getting this message. 

There's a temporary problem

There's a temporary problem with the service. Please try again. If you continue to get this message, try again later. 

I first tried this before 12pm today and several times since and every time I get this message.

 

Does anyone have any ideas?




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  #535213 19-Oct-2011 16:26
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Well, if Windows Live/Hotmail is giving that message, then theres a problem at their end, not much anyone else could do....
As it says, "try again later"

Update : in saying that, it worked fien for me, just created a new account, took 30s.

Maybe try from another conneciton if you can




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  #535217 19-Oct-2011 16:33
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Thanks,

I'll give it another try.  I was wondering if it was my browser, however I've tried two different browsers.  I'll let you know how i get on.

 




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  #535219 19-Oct-2011 16:35
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Try a different browser, probably IE.

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  #535220 19-Oct-2011 16:38
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Worked for me as well.




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  #535222 19-Oct-2011 16:40
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mattwnz: Try a different browser, probably IE.


I'm trying to avoid IE like the plague? :(




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  #535297 19-Oct-2011 18:39
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Finally got a Hotmail account to setup.  Still not sure what was going on.  Wouldn't work with IE either.




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