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Thread: Did you like the Outlook replacing Hotmail?

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    Default Did you like the Outlook replacing Hotmail?

    I personally didn't.

    Although Outlook is faster, simple and practical it is somewhat ugly.

    I prefer the Hotmail and miss the Messenger in spide of people wasn't using it very much. Also, the emotions of Outlook are over ugly.

    Post your opinion about it.

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    I prefer how it was before, but probably just because I'm more used to it that way.

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    I don't know what changed besides the appearance, but I hate it all the same. I've been checking my e-mail less than half as often as a result.

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    As if I still use Hotmail. The amount of spam I receive from my Windows Live friends was enough to push me into GoogleMail.

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    I don't mind the change but it bugs me sometimes when it shows a conversation as a string of messages contained within one e-mail as opposed to separate e-mails. It's convenient at times but since I forward stuff a lot it gets hard to keep track of all messages.

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    No. Just no.

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