MSN Email Account is Sending Spam Mails To Contacts

MSN Email Account is Sending Spam Mails To Contacts

If you are noticing that someone is sending Spam from your MSN Mail account to your Contacts, this means that your MSN Mail account has been compromised. In order to regain control of your account and prevent the hacker from accessing and misusing your account, it is strongly recommended to change the password and security options of your Microsoft account.

Below we have provided a step by step guide to reset the MSN password of your account. Follow the steps as mentioned to prevent others from accessing your account and minimizing the spam email issue.

Steps to Reset Password for MSN Mail Account

1) Go to the Sign-in page of Microsoft and enter your Username (Email, phone, or Skype). Click Next.

enter username and click next

2.) Enter your password on the next page and click Sign in.

enter password and signin

3.) On Microsoft’s home page, click on your profile picture located on the top right corner of the screen and select option View Microsoft account.

click on profile image

4.) On the Account Information page, click on the Change password option located next to your email address or username. A new window will open where you will have multiple options such as phone number and email address to verify your identity.

click on change password

5.) Select any one option to which you have access to proceed further. If you select the Phone number option, you will be asked to enter the last four digits of the number partly displayed on the screen before clicking on the Send code button. Similarly, if you select the email address option, you will need to enter your complete email address before clicking on the Send code button.

select number or email id                 enter mail id

6.) Enter the code received on the subsequent window and click Verify. You will be directed to the Password Reset page. You will be asked to enter your correct password and then the new password. Click Save after doing so.enter the code

7.) On the next page, you will be asked to update your security info. Update it in order to prevent the hacker from accessing your account again using the security information. Once done, you will start noticing that your contacts are no more receiving spam messages from your MSN Mail account.

change your password

For further assistance, feel free to contact the helpline number of third-party MSN Mail customer support service provider. Our team is comprised of qualified and experienced experts who are available 24 by 7 via our following communication lines:

  • 24-hour customer service helpline number (toll-free)
  • 24-hour live chat support
  • 24-hour Email support

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