Hotmail: a spam magnetBy
Does Microsoft care about Hotmail anymore? If so, why not do more about spam on the service? I'm erasing about 15 spams a day in my account. GMail and Yahoo! Mail are doing a far better job. To be fair to Microsoft, I use Hotmail for all my e-commerce stuff, so that address is circulating more. But I get no sense that the system learns when I move inbox items into the spam folder. Shouldn't it be smart enough to blacklist those senders? Has anyone figured out how to de-spam Hotmail?
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