Don't change your email ID, if Live Messenger notifies

Microsoft revealed that Windows Live Messenger had started notifying users to get a new email address in order to continue to sign in to Messenger Service. The Redmond company emphasized that the “important service announcement” generated because of a system enhancement, was erroneous and users should ignore it. “You will be able to continue to use your current e-mail address, and there […]

Microsoft revealed that Windows Live Messenger had started notifying users to get a new email address in order to continue to sign in to Messenger Service. The Redmond company emphasized that the “important service announcement” generated because of a system enhancement, was erroneous and users should ignore it. “You will be able to continue to use your current e-mail address, and there is no reason to make any changes. If you have already clicked the link, there is no harm to you. You should have been told that your “Windows Live ID can’t be changed at this time” because there is no need for the change.”

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