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Topic # 230572 2-Mar-2018 12:14
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Two of my email addresses have suddenly received an email titled "The best of MSN New Zealand this week" from a Microsoft address of msn@email2.microsoft.com. Never seen this particular email previously, but it looks like I'm about to receive it weekly! There is no specific opt out link, only one that allows you to set your general Microsoft contact preferences and presents the following details:

 

 

MSN "news" doesn't seem to fit any of these categories. Not happy about this. Looks awfully like spam to me Microsoft....


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  Reply # 1967041 2-Mar-2018 13:47
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Why not just choose the "do not send me any email notifications or newsletters" option?




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  Reply # 1967066 2-Mar-2018 14:24
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Paul1977:

 

Why not just choose the "do not send me any email notifications or newsletters" option? 

 

I already have now!


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