How can I delete photos sent to facebook messages permanently?
I ve deleted the conversation thread numerous times, but every time a new conversation is started, I can still view "photos associated with this thread".
Things like this happen, apparently more frequently than most people realize, and there's almost nothing that can be done. And with your password they have the ability to cause all kinds of damage. This has all sorts of complicated connotations, but in fact this kind of hacking is most commonly done simply by guessing your password.
So with that out of the way, let's look at what might have happened. We all want to choose a password that's easy to remember, and I understand that, but if it's easy to remember then it's probably too easy to guess.
I am having the exact same issue as the last two posters. I will be switching my main email address which is a shame but I have no other choice.
All day today, messenger has told me new mail has arrived (up to 7 so far) but no emails are showing up. The last time this happened I contaced hotmail support and it was a waste of time. Leo: I have the second time of this semestral , my inbox empty in hotmail! -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 A) Don't rely on Hotmail - or any free service - as the sole repository for anything important.
On msn messenger it keeps telling me that i have received an email from such and such.
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 The scenario I'm addressing above is really "one day you use it, and the next day it's gone", but you do raise an important reminder: Hotmail (and other free services) will discard your Inbox and possibly everything else if you fail to login for a period of time.People login to their MSN Hotmail or Windows Live Hotmail account one day only to find that all of their messages are gone. I'll review what the possible causes are and also what (little) can be done.why I so strongly recommend against relying on any free email account as the only place to keep anything you consider important.There should be a reason to share your password with anyone (save, perhaps, your parents if you're underage). The scenario looks like this: you login, your inbox is empty.You login a few hours later, and everything is back.
An hour might be expecting too much, and after a few days you can probably be assured that this isn't the problem. Particularly with Windows Live Hotmail's new interface, it's easy to overlook which mail folder you might have selected.