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How do I recall an email that has already been sent from my hotmail account to an msn account?


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too bad dude.. u cant

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Hmm... "recall" do you mean, see it again, to see what you had sent?
Then it must be present in the "sent" folder.
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As far as I know, you cannot 'recall' Hotmail messages like you can do in Outlook/Exchange.

Edited by ringfinger, 12 September 2005 - 09:40 AM.


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By recalling a message, I mean that i accidently sent a message that I don't want a user to receive and I wish to delete it in their inbox before they read the message. I know that this can be done with outlook but what about a web based hotmail account.

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Thats what I'm saying. It cannot be done.

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Go into their account and delete the message... lol :lol:
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logging onto their account and deleting it is the only way.. you cannot do that from hotmail or really any of the free email services... or too many of the paid services either..




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