Hotmail allows you to create emails to receive spam

Microsoft's Hotmail e-mail service has officially added to its users the ability to create additional e-mail addresses only to receive spam.

The purpose of this is to help users to avoid receiving spam constantly, or to disclose personal information on the forums.

According to CNet , Microsoft's idea is to just use a Hotmail e-mail service, users can manage all the messages to read and the "just for deleting" messages in a mailbox.

This means that, users can create more secondary Hotmail addresses, and these accounts will be in the management of a primary Hotmail account. These extra email addresses can still read, or reply to messages as normal.

To create this secondary email, users only need to access their Hotmail service, select the option "Create a Hotmail alias". The process of creating secondary emails is similar to creating a primary email account.

 

 

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The process of creating secondary emails only to receive spam of Hotmail - Photo: CNet

 

According to Microsoft, the company now allows only five master email accounts to manage up to five secondary email addresses, which can be removed or replaced by any new address.

Expected, if this idea succeeds in the coming time Hotmail will upgrade the management of secondary email address from 5 to 15 addresses.

With this new feature, Microsoft hopes that Hotmail will help users with new email addresses to provide to third parties, such as account registration at forums, game accounts, accounts. receive mail ...

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