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    Access mail via Outlook.com. Use an app password for initial sign in. Learn how to generate third-party app passwords. 1. Go to Settings in the upper right | select Account Settings. 2. At the bottom of the pane, select View all Outlook Settings. 3. Select Mail | Sync Mail.

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    Check your account email client. One of the top reasons a user can't find their emails is due to settings from a third-party email client such as Outlook or the Mail app on your phone. Chances are the settings in the program are set to delete the emails from the AOL server each time you check your mail.

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    An ex-Microsoft worker accused the firm of using illegal bribes. The company said it had fired employees in relation to the claims, The WSJ reported.

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    Post Office Counters Ltd was created as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Post Office in 1986. After the Post Office statutory corporation was changed to a public company, Royal Mail Group, in 2001, Post Office Counters Ltd became Post Office Ltd. Post Office Ltd has, in recent years, announced losses, with a reported £102 million lost in 2006.