Type into the address bar – www.outlook.com and press enter.
You will see a sign on the bottom right side of the page saying “Don’t have a Microsoft Account? Sign up now.”
The sign up form will appear as follows:
You need to type in your first name and surname. You can choose which username you prefer it may come up with a red cross which means you must use a different username as the username you have typed is already being used. You must make a password which you are able to remember with numbers, capital letters and symbols the password must be 8 or more characters long. You need to type in your postcode for security, your date of birth and gender.
After you have completed this process you must enter your mobile number and another email address to confirm that the email isn’t being made by a computer. Finally you enter the characters which you can see on the screen for example on this screenshot you can see: VY4KJ6NP you must enter this into the bar provided. Lastly, you press “create account” and your account is made.
You click on “New” to compose a new email.
• Type the recipients email address in the “To” line.
• You write the subject of the email.
• Lastly, you write the main email and then click “send” which is allocated at the top left of the screen.
I see a lot of new hackers joining, and wanting to learn how to hack somebodies hotmail account..or asking others to do it for them.
Most are under the illusion that there’s this “hack” button you can press and you instantly get their password, however this is not the case.
Most newbies are put off by the fact that they have to key log or phish their way into getting a password, and they resort to asking the “hackers”.
This method is called Reverting, and you will be sending a form in to microsoft customer support to reset the password for your (or somebody elses) hotmail account.
For this method, it helps to know the person, even a little, but i’ll still give you a step-by-step tut on how to find the information and fill out each part of the form.
Hacking msn hotmail accounts is much easier than you think.People mostly do this to get into friends accounts and pretend to be a super hacker or just do it out of boredom,either way they have fun doing it. They simply confuse the system in your computer by sendng out an email to your hotmail account by sending it to your email and they will get a message with your current password. So you may want to think twice before giving out your email addresses (especially your very personal ones) to just about anybody you come across with.
Be very cautious with your personal information. If you think your Microsoft account has been compromised, reset your password. So I suggest you create different email accounts for different purposes.
If you already have a Hotmail address or Microsoft account, just sign in to Outlook.com using your current credentials and you will automatically
switch over to the new look. New users can also sign up for an account at the Outlook.com start page.
On the far left you have the Folders and Quick View Pane, next to that is the message list, followed by the largest column where you can view
messages. When you login the first thing you will see in the far right are Bing deals and offers (ads), but you can turn that space into something
more personal by clicking on the Messaging icon in the top right corner.
Just like Hotmail, you can chat with online contacts straight from your Outlook.com inbox. Click on the messaging icon in the far right corner
(the square-shaped smiley face) to open the Messaging pane. You start with a blank pane and you have to click the Start new conversation text box
to see your online contacts from Messenger and Facebook. Once you start a conversation in the Messaging app, it will stay in the right hand pane
along with the most recent comment until you close the Outlook.com window.
This information is displayed in the far right column when you view an e-mail, but you will not see this sidebar if you have the messaging pane open. To close the Messaging pane click the X in the far right corner.
Add an Outlook Address (Hotmail users)
There are two ways to do this: make a permanent switch to Outlook.com or create an alias.
The following are the directions for contacting the Hotmail customer service department:
Login to your hotmail account.
In the upper right corner click Help.
On the following page click Contact Us
In the drop down list select Contact MSN Hotmail
Complete the form on that page and be as specific as possible with your problem description.
As I update this, it appears that you can actually reach Outlook.com customer service in two ways:
1. Microsoft also provides Outlook.com forums for peer-to-peer help.
2. What is the customer service number for Hotmail?
The customer service number for Hotmail is 866-672-4551 or 800-642-7676. A customer service representative is available between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
from Monday through Friday – or between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturday or Sunday.
In other words, it appears that you can get in touch with a real Outlook.com customer service person (though there is one theory I’ve heard that
these are often automated bots – I’d love to hear if you experience that).
In addition, Outlook.com’s help pages remain your source for self-service online answers, including step-by-step instructions to perform common tasks and deal with common issues.But as is implied, quite frequently other Outlook.com users will be able to provide you with the answers you need.If you take a few minutes to learn about and exercise the search capability of the site, and read the existing answers and discussions posted by
other users, there’s a very good chance you can get your Outlook.com question answered without having to wait for anyone.