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>, at 09:47:06 on Fri, 12 Nov 2004, Tim Trent <tim.trent@MARKETINGIMPROV
EMENT.COM> writes
>Outlook 2003 seems have acquired a new feature.  And on the face of it a
>positive feature.  Emails with some sort of credentials.  I looked at
>signing up for it today but backed off as soon as it explained I had to sign
>in with my passport(!) and that some sort of data storage about me and my
>emails would be performed.
>
>This confused me, since I became unsure what would be stored, and indeed
>where it would be stored.
>
>Does anyone have the knowledge to tell me if I am being more than usually
>paranoid?

Outlook, or Hotmail? I use Outlook from time to time but not in
association with any email services that require collateral from MS (in
the form of an MS Passport, or otherwise).

<http://www.passport.net/Consumer/default.asp?lc=1033&id=2&cbid=24325&ro
llrs=11&lc=1033>
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Roland Perry

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