Sad, but true: If you spend a lot of time on your computer, there’s no doubt that you’ll experience data storage problems at some point, whether it’s a mechanical failure or a failure on your part. In this increasingly digital world, data is becoming the most important thing you can create. When that data – personal, financial or otherwise – is lost, by golly you need to get it back.
In the beginning we had Hotmail. I remember creating my Hotmail account way back in 1998 with 10MB and it was considered a lot of space. When Google came out with Gmail, the company revolutionised email as we knew it to be with 1GB of space.
When, I reviewed Postbox a few weeks back, they still hadn’t added support Windows Live Mail / Hotmail. However, in their b8 and subsequently b9 release, one-click integration with Windows Live Mail was added. However, even then, Hotmail required you pay for POP3 access.
Cybernet News got a short tutorial on getting your Windows @Live.com email address. Microsoft will release the same in due course I am sure, but this is the best way to get the email address of your choice!
Microsoft has taken one more step towards migrating all its users to Windows Live Mail. Inboxes of Hotmail users will now be upgraded to 1GB of space. This will be done irrespective of the market and account age, i.