I would be grateful if anyone could help me sort out my problems with
Hotmail. It seems my account has been blocked, for no specified reason.
All the solutions offered involve messages being sent to my Hotmail account,
which of course has been blocked. There is no direct way of contacting
Hotmail operations to ask a question - only pre-sets which don't address my
problem. I have been led round in circles by a system which seems to have
been designed by idiots especially in order to prevent users finding
solutions. Does anyone know of a way of getting direct help on this, or
should I just give up and go to Yahoo?
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