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    C BZ commented  · 

    this is still an unresolved issue for me

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    C BZ commented  · 

    I've only just noticed this new feature yesterday. A boat load of subcriptions that I never added, visited, blocked or responded to. Someone here on the help board said not worry so much about all of the spam email as "it's doing it's job" by keeping them in the junk email box and not the inbox. Just delete/empty out the junk mail box and you'll notice you'll receive less mail over a period of time. It was the only thing I can do not to receive ****, hot date, pill spam. Now this new feature it's like has me worried this is why I keep receiving this junk, i somehow MYSTERIOUSLY subscribe to this b.s.

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    C BZ commented  · 

    can't get read of skype - but can not keep my availability PRIVATE and INVISIBLE either.

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    C BZ commented  · 

    Since I can't get rid of I can't get rid of Skype - so whenever I log into my Hotmail account, the IM automatically goes to "Available" and when I click to make my status "Invisible" it doesn't stay invisible. It'll go from white/ghost icon right back to green icon.
    Can this be fixed?

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