The Daily Hotmail (round up by The Inquirer)

As Neowin readers are aware, 80 per cent of the 2 billion emails appearing in the 110 million Hotmail inboxes daily is unsolicited rubbish. The free service has become virtually unusable as, the 2Mb of space allocated to users quickly gest clogged up, at which point, MSN starts deleting mails.

Brightmail says its Solution Suite will be deployed by Microsoft to filter spam at the incoming SMTP gateway, before it's delivered to the Hotmail user's inbox.

The Inquirer has put together a bumper read on MSN Hotmail, everything you ever wanted to know about the recent changes affecting you the Hotmail user and what has been done to answer some rather heated counter-debate on the changes.

View: The Daily Hotmail @ The Inquirer

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