I checked again if it was possible to recover *****@******.***, but the Hotmail e-mail system reported the account could not be recognised as an active account no matter what I tried. Since it was a free account, these rules apply:
- account will be permanently deleted if not signed in within 365 days
- account will be permanently deleted if marked for deactivation and not signed in within 60 days
Unfortunately, since more than 60 days have passed since you marked it for deactivation, it is now permanently deleted and there is no way to get it back nor get any of the information saved under the account (e-mails, contacts, etc).
When you want to deactivate the account, you need to go through several steps and expressly confirm you want to deactivate the account. Hotmail system then actually doesn't deactivate the account right away, but only marks it for deactivation and gives you 60 days to change your mind. If you sign in to the account within that 60-day period, you can cancel the pending deactivation and continue using the account; however, if you don't sign in within that 60-day period, the account is automatically permanently deleted without the possibility of restoration.
You can confirm this information here:
I am very sorry to bring you the bad news! Unfortunately, in this case, there is no way to get the account back.
If you require any other assistance, let me know.