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Stop the ads

Fed up with the ads every time I
I login. How do we stop them?

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        My mail box should be private and only given to those I choose to give it to... and American companies flooding my inbox ? I live in the uk and have not signed up for these emails? So why is it happening. Seriously considering changing my email address to a more secure company!

      • James Curie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Get rid of the ads on top of the Android app. Not side adsence that another poster is talking about, so please do not try to hide this post within his. I'm talking about your newest version of the Android app. You now have obtrusive ads that are not needed nor necessary.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I get enough ads, junk emails and suggestions from everything else in my daliy life. I do not want them on my emails.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hi, I keep seeing ads at the top of my email inbox. Is there any way to opt out of this? Thank you!

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Display advertisement on my email. I feel uncomfortable. And this is unpolite behavior. This is private place.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I have an ad that appears in Outlook that is particularly disgusting. It not only shows up in my Outlook account but also when I am reading articles for msn.com. As I sometimes check Outlook when I am at work it is completely inappropriate to my place of employment and is even more distressing.
        I have not recently done any searches for the product so I don't know why it would be appearing in my account.
        I feel like it is there to INTIMDATE me into signing up for the ad free version of Outlook.
        It would be an improvement if the ads at least rotated. But this ad has been there for months now.

      • Lynn commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        to be able to move ads from bottom of page to right hand side or even block. mine was at side but somehow it moved to bottom of page. it is verty annoying

      • Sheryl Cupps commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        What is it that Outlook does not understand when I write I DO NOT WANT ANY ADS! Is that such a complicated English sentence? Or does Outlook simply want to see how far it can go tasking the patience of its users? Whatever the reason may be: STOP SENDING ME ADS AND LINKS - I AM NOT, NOR WILL I EVER BE INTERESTED. If that is the way Outlook considers it is "protecting user privacy", then Outlook has not the foggest idea of what "privacy" means! STOP IT - NOW!!!!!!!

      • Kelly Baldry commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        remove all advertising, its unwanted , annoying and uses OUR paid for data allowance to download. Adverts are the unwanted packaging we have every time we buy something.

      • kevin kubich commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Look I under stand that this is a free service and you allow advertisers to cover the cost of services. However when I'm working with the email, I constantly have adds on the right side of the screen and even worse so, so , so much junk emails. Please limit the amount of junk emails. Your killing us. Every time I open my email, there are enough junk emails to choke a Horse. The only thing worse then your Spam, is have a Tele Marketer constantly calling your house.

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