[good] Microsoft provides a central location to opt-out of communications from its services


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[good] Microsoft provides a central location to opt-out of communications from its services


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On 2018-05-15 09:11:56 UTC, Deleted wrote:

imported from B0Ba1fKGQHY

On 2018-05-23 12:41:29 UTC, Deleted wrote:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/tosdr/B0Ba1fKGQHY/AQC6OkURkisJ

This applies to: Bing.com - Xbox.com - Microsoft.com - Outlook.com -
Windows.com - Live.com - SkyDrive/SkyDrive.com - Office.com

If you receive promotional e-mails from us and would like to stop getting
> them in the future, you can do so by following the directions in that
> message.
>
> Depending on the respective service, you may also have the option of
> proactively making choices about the receipt of promotional e-mail,
> telephone calls, and postal mail from particular Microsoft sites or
> services by visiting and signing into the following pages:
>
> - Microsoft's Promotional Communications Manager allows
> you to update contact information, manage Microsoft-wide contact
> preferences, opt out of subscriptions, and choose whether to share your
> contact information with Microsoft partners. If you do not have a Windows
> Live ID, you can manage your Microsoft email communication preferences by
> using this web form .
> - The Microsoft.com Profile Center allows
> you to choose whether you wish to receive marketing communications from
> Microsoft.com, to select whether Microsoft.com may share your contact
> information with selected third parties, and to subscribe or unsubscribe to
> newsletters about our products and services.
> - The MSN and Windows Live Communications Preferences page
> allows you to choose whether you wish to receive marketing material from
> MSN or Windows Live. You may subscribe and unsubscribe to MSN Newsletters
> by going to theMSN Newsletters website .
> - If you have an Xbox.com or Xbox LIVE account, you can set your
> contact preferences and choose whether to share your contact information
> with Xbox partners by accessing My Xbox on
> the Xbox 360 console or on the Xbox.com web site. To access these settings
> on the Xbox.com website, select My Xbox, Profile then Contact Preferences.
> On the Xbox 360 console, select My Xbox, then Profile, then Online Safety.
> - If you are registered with Microsoft Partner Programs, you can set
> your contact preferences or choose to share your contact information with
> other Microsoft partners by clicking Manage Your Account on
> the Partner Program web site.
> - If you have a Zune account or a Zune Pass subscription, you can set
> your contact preferences and choose whether to share your contact
> information with Zune partners at Zune.net (sign
> in, access your Zune tag then My Account, Newsletter options) or through
> the Zune software (sign in, access your Zune tag, then select Zune.net
> profile.)
>
> In any case, you can inform Microsoft by using this web form about
> your wish to stop the delivery of future promotional e-mail. These choices
> do not apply to the display of online advertising: please refer to the
> section "Display of Advertising (Opt-out)" for information on this matter.
> Nor do they apply to the receipt of mandatory service communications that
> are considered part of certain Microsoft services, which you may receive
> periodically unless you cancel the service.
>

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