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my account was blocked how can i unblock it

by amanisalah / September 10, 2012 6:44 AM PDT

my email is blocked.icant unblock it . i answer to all qestion by recoverd the password it dosent worked the send to me the code to altrinative email also was blocked i cant resive the code or the link to unblock my email.please help my i need itthis information my help you to unblock my email
unique id 0006bffd980054b2
name amani salah
registered since march 21.2006
country uae
please reply to me on this email

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Sadly that's a great way to get spammed and then blocked.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 10, 2012 6:50 AM PDT

Posting email addresses in the clear is not going to help. Can you alert your thread and we can clean it up?

But for now, only Microsoft can unblock this. Some have posted this question here but this is not the place to get it unblocked.

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I had a similar problem with Live Mail
by Darrell / September 14, 2012 12:25 AM PDT
I went to 7 email addresses, 4 & 3 Even used the update of windows-live-essentials and tried the "new" After 3 months, I deleted all the essentials from the computer, they even had to ask for my cell number. I even used a account. Only one address worked. I installed Mozilla Thunderbird 15.01, there are no problems. I have 2 email adderesses from and 2 addresses from listed on one place. I have WIN 7 Home Premium, 32/64 bit in my Compaq; four email addresess used to work when I had WIN98SE SP3, they are no longer usable after 3 months of trying to resolve Live Mail. If someone has an email address for Windows Live Mail, let me know. Darrell
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.csv and blocking in Restricted Zone.
by Darrell / September 14, 2012 1:32 AM PDT
Forgot to mention that if you get all your contacts into a .CSV file, it will be in Your Documents. That can all be printed out and if you use (, you can use all those email addresses blocked by
I installed all of them into Mozilla Thunderbird; I also blocked live/essentials-home in the Restricted Zone on Internet Options, in the Control Panel. It will never be installed. Darrell
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by Darrell / September 14, 2012 2:47 AM PDT
I notice you use as an email address. I had 2 for ten years. I kept sending Spam to the Spamguard. I regret to say that I kept getting Spam that thought was blocked. I came to the conclusion that was not working. Later, I received from Yahoo saying that I had spammed a Moderator in the I said that was not right; later, I found another link on this topic in CNET. At top of the page, type "in bad news for" by darclew3. Another Moderater gave me a link to paid people.
Later, I got another email from I had turn to my other check and that meant war. MSN was planning to buy and I contacted that man giving him that link. Bottom line was yahoo was not bought. That was my old forum address. Darrell
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I got blocked out of my Windows Live Mail !!
by AkShiri / October 20, 2012 1:16 AM PDT

How the heck do you get in contact with microsoft. Ive reset my password 10 times! still nothing is working! Please help!!! Alternative email is

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it says my live acc dosen't exist
by bazooooka / October 31, 2013 2:02 PM PDT

i tried to acess to my account but it says it dosen't exist. BUT my facebook and twitter account says it sed\nd a conformation email to my live account .So can anyone help me to acess my live id.
bcoz of this i can't open my twitter

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Where to go if blocked?
by Aulapa / September 20, 2012 2:05 AM PDT

Where do I go to get unblocked?

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As noted above. Microsoft.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 20, 2012 2:10 AM PDT

"only Microsoft can unblock this"

Some folk seem to think there is another way. So far, it's Microsoft's choice on this one.

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how do you get in contact with microsoft
by AkShiri / October 20, 2012 1:20 AM PDT

I keep getting dead ended. what gives?

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Not much it seems.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 21, 2012 4:00 AM PDT

Remember that this is not the place to get it unblocked. We can only discuss it and vent here.

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forum policy
by Darrell / September 16, 2012 4:28 AM PDT

When posting a message to a forum, your username is the only information that is displayed. However, you should always exercise judgment when revealing personal information about yourself when you post messages in public forums. For more information, please read CBS Interactive's Privacy Policy. This was listed in red above the the post box. Darrell

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by DerekRose81 / September 30, 2012 8:41 PM PDT

I'm sorry to say, but this recently happened to a friend of mine. He got is e-mail blocked and answered a few questions regarding his personal account. Hotmail said that the information he answered was not true and that it didn't prove that he was the owner of the account. So he never got his old e-mail back....

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Windows Live Mail Account blocked
by OZBill / February 22, 2013 3:17 PM PST

After using 'Windows Live Mail' for over two years on my computer running Windows 7, I am suddenly having problems as mentioned in this thread. This could be after the latest 'updates' from Microsoft but a connection is unlikely.
When I open Live Mail after booting my computer I get a pop-up informing me that my account has been blocked and I should wait 'some time' before trying again. There is also a link to reset my password.
The program still runs properly.
I have used the link to reset my password over a dozen times, following the suggestion that I use a new password which I have not used before.
After inputting a new password I am taken to my account details with the opportunity to update any information, which I do not need to do except the password.
Yet after going through all this the same problem arises when I open 'Live Mail' again.

This seems to be a common problem and no one seems to have a cure. The problem must lie with the data base for passwords which is presumably managed by Microsoft or their agents. Surely microsoft are aware of the problem. Should they not be creating a solution in an update?

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The cure is to change your email server.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 24, 2013 11:36 PM PST

It's a shame but I've helped many move to another email app and another account elsewhere.

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 24, 2013 11:40 PM PST

Cure is the wrong word to use here. As free email tends to be what it is and the company offering it will end the offer, I need to change that word to some other word.

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