No right-click context menu! No pasting text into Windows Live Hotmail messages? Fortunately, Windows Live Hotmail provides an alternate route to copying, pasting and cutting text or graphics in email messages you are composing. (This should also work in other web-based email services that lack a context menu.)
You want to access all your email accounts — including a free Windows Live Hotmail account — in Mac OS X Mail? Here's how to set that up with MacFreePOPs, a smart little webmail tool.
Windows Live Hotmail plus Gmail: access messages arriving at your Hotmail address in Gmail and send messages using that address right from within Gmail, too.
Want to move or delete all messages in a folder and don't care to go through 300 pages of emails in Windows Live Hotmail? Here's how to select everything at once in any Windows Live Hotmail folder.
So many emails — and you just know that half are from a few senders barely worth reading just now? Here's how to move or delete all mail from certain senders swiftly and have Windows Live Hotmail set up filters for the future, too.
Make sure your Windows Live Hotmail messages are accessible only to you.
Let Windows Live Hotmail correct your spelling mistakes (and make fun of its silly suggestions in return).
Want to add recipients to your emails that other recipients can't see? Here's how to use the Bcc: field in Windows Live Hotmail.
If a message is deleted, and gone from the "Deleted" folder even, you may still be able to recover it. Windows Live Hotmail keeps backups of a few days' worth of purged mail; here's how to restore them.
Hotmail, parle-t-il Français? Windows Live Hotmail probably knows more languages than you.