Followed the link to change password.Changed password,got page to sign in to microsoft account.Entered new password,the page is still sitting there with my password XXXXX the sign in button,yes I have clicked sign in ,the tab at the top of the page says live.com,with the little circlethat turns when doing something is just turning with nothing happening.Just seems to not recognise new password,and ignores it.Did the same when I first reset it first time,so got a new verification link from MS and reser to another PW but the same result,just hangs there.
I have already tried another computer with the same"sorry,there seems to be a problem"message.Have just restarted my computer and still get the"sorry there seems to be a problem"message.I can get to the microsft account page which was open to my details.
If it would help I am willing to give you my email adress and password XXXXX you can see what results you get from your end.I have been away for over a week and not being able to get in means it is a week and half since I have any email access.
No get the same message Sorry, there seems to be a problem with Outlook right now. Copied& pasted from the sign in.If I Try outlook.com opens with same message.
I am not aware I was using any version of outlook.I was under the impression hotmail was changing to something called outlook last week or so.My last computer used outlook express,but when I got a new computer with WIN7 it was not available.Could I have outlook somewhere on my computer.I have got a couple of friends to log in to Hotmail and they say it has changed.
One thinks it may have something to do with making it more accessable to mobile devices.
If I logout it looks like that but when I enter my email address and password XXXXX get themessage"Sorry,there seems to be a problem with outlook right now".At no stage does it appear to look like opening hotmail.
Clicked on your link,pasting the result.Sorry, there seems to be a problem with Outlook right now
Same result Sorry, there seems to be a problem with Outlook right now.
Is there anyway microsoft can give me my emails,so I can forget all about hotmail?
Let me know if you run into any trouble...
Opened the link your gave me.Got box Select Programs to install.
Outlook connector pack which has a tick in front.:Microsoft Sky drive:MAIL:Writer:Messenger:Photo Gallery Moviemaker:Family Safety.Outlook connector Pack is the only one with the option to untick,though if I click on Mail it gets a box around it.Don't want to seem dumb but will I untick Outlook connector pack or leave it ticked?Also if I click on mail to box it in will it be the only one of the others installed?Prior to clicking install cannot see a shortcuts button or mention of live mail.aybe looking in the wrong place.If I'm getting close to sorting this mess out don't want to stuff it up now.
Have done a search,have office 2003 installed.Have found a welcome message to configure outlook."Can configure outlookto connect to Microsoft Exchange Server,internet email,or other email server,would you like to configure an email account".
Next page "Server type.Microsoft Exchange Server:POP3:IMAP:HTTP:Additional Server Types.
Do you think configuring one of these options,if so which one would work.
Downloading from the other site didn't fix the problem,I still get the outlook error message and no access.
To set up a free Windows Live Hotmail account in Outlook 2003 and 2007:
Thanks for the time and effort put in to try and solve my problem.
I ended up taking my computer to a local guywho worked out it was a microsoft problem,by trying to log in my hotmail on one of his own computers and got the same error message.
After a couple of tries he was able to log in to Live,with the old user interface.
I may have confused you with the old interface.I meant Live which he installed after a couple of goes looked like my old hotmail.You were on the right track but I must have got it wrong.My wifes Live looks completley different after being away for a few days.She hates it,I have set her up with gmail.
Which interface did you have?