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Do you have a outlook e-mail?
Microsoft Outlook 2010 offers premium business and personal e-mail management tools to more than 500 million Microsoft Office users worldwide. With the release of Outlook 2010, you get a richer set of experiences to meet your communication needs at work, home, and school.

From a redesigned look to advanced e-mail organization, search, communication and social networking features, Outlook 2010 provides you with a world-class experience to stay productive and in touch with your personal and business networks.

Unlucky one day you lost your outlook e-mail password or hack by someone. In this case, taday I bring some methods for you.

Methods 1: Password recovery tool

Outlook Password Recovery is a professional password recovery tool to recover lost or forgotten passwords to password-protected Personal Storage Files (*.pst file) used by Microsoft Outlook to store emails, contacts etc. The program can also recover passwords to mail accounts created in Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, 2000, 97, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Eudora and Incredimail. All passwords are recovered instantly, regardless of the length of passwords.
It provides three password attack modes to enhance its performance to crack the password. They are Brute-force attack, Brute-force with Mask attack, and Dictionary attack.
You can download it from:
http://www.lost-password.net/download.html


Method 2: change outlook password

To change your Microsoft Outlook password, follow these instructions:

1.Click on the Tools drop down menu
2.Choose Acount Settings
3.Select you e-mail account then click Change
4.Type a new password in the Password: field and then click Test Account Settings
5.Click Close, then Next and Finish

Note that changing your Microsoft Outlook password will only change the password in your mail client. It will not change the password in your mail server. To receive e-mail, the passwords in your mail client and mail server must match.


Here I also give you some advice of "How to Protect an Email Account from being Hacked"
1)Never try to login/access your email account from the sites other than the original site.
2)Always type the URL of the site in the address bar to get into the site. Never click on the hyperlink to enter the site.

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