Forward Hotmail emails to another account - via Premium service ?!


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Ernest Lai

Good afternoon all,

Is there a Premium paid for hotmail / microsoft mail service. That will
allow me to forward my hotmail emails to another address that is outside of
the microsoft network ?!?

Thanks in advance
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

Is there a Premium paid for hotmail / microsoft mail service. That will
allow me to forward my hotmail emails to another address that is outside of
the microsoft network ?!?

I don't believe so. Log into your Hotmail account, click Options>More
Options, then "Forward mail to another e-mail account". Fill in the details.
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

Is there a Premium paid for hotmail / microsoft mail service. That will
allow me to forward my hotmail emails to another address that is outside of
the microsoft network ?!?

Looking again at the options page, I see you may be correct. I didn't try a
non-Live domain.
 
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VanguardLH

Ernest said:
Is there a Premium paid for hotmail / microsoft mail service. That will
allow me to forward my hotmail emails to another address that is outside of
the microsoft network ?!?

For free Hotmail accounts, under the Forwarding options:

You can forward your mail to one other e-mail address that ends in
hotmail.com, msn.com, live.com, or is part of Windows Live Custom
Domains.

Be aware that the only means of preventing your free Hotmail account
from expiring is to login, like when polling your account from a local
e-mail client or having another e-mail service, like Gmail, poll your
Hotmail account (because they have to login). Enabling forwarding in
your Hotmail account is not logging in, so you will have to remember to
login occasionally to prevent expiration of your Hotmail account.

I don't have a paid Hotmail Plus account but according to their web page
at http://www.gowindowslive.com/hotmailplus/en-us/default.aspx:

Forwarding. Have your Hotmail sent to accounts not hosted by
Microsoft.
 

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