As posted on mail-support.spaces.live.com and reported by bink —”Because I don’t want to get into the business of censoring comments, I did not delete the instructions for creating an @live.com account. @live.com accounts are not legitimately available anywhere except in the Netherlands, where we released Windows Live Mail (without the Beta) last week. If you created an @live.com account using the instructions below, it’s quite likely the account will get blown away.
I don’t have a current ETA on when @live.com accounts will be available in the rest of the world. As soon as I do know how to sign up for them, I’ll post the instructions on this site.”
Request on behalf of all IT fraternity: Dear Big Brother, if you’r listening, it’s a request, please don’t delete the ID’s that has been created, reason being —”for the geniune people it’s very hard to get their desired ID’s, ‘cos of the ID mongers always hunting and grab all possible combinations, thus there is nothing relevant left for others.”
The solution would be, let the ID’s remain operative without sending / receiving emails till the @live.com gets officially launched.
In future, it would be nice to check the system for any annonymality’s b’fore leting it open for the public.
I hope, you won’t disappoint people, who are fan of your services. Please comment to this post, if you’r agree with the request.
Live.com, Microsoft may remove @live.com ID’s