I have an obsolete hot mail account which I would really like to get completely rid of since signing up with G-mail about a year ago. There is still the occasional message getting lost and forgotten in hot mail. Thanks to everyone who can help.
do not use your hotmail for 30 days and your account will automatically close, if you do feel the need for it in the future you can re-sign up with a new password.........jimmy
Why are u worried? If u r not signing up it is actually closed for u. If u need close it technically u can contact admin.
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