what is @hotmail.fr in a hotmail e-mail address?
is that an e-mail address or something else
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
It denotes that the email address is based with Hotmail in France.
- Anonymous5 years ago
I love that part too. I tell Hotmail I have lost my password or username and they send it to the other mailbox of which I cannot get into because I have no password. Definitely funny. And I can't set up a new one using the same username as"that username is already in use". Yeah by me but I cannot get in or I have change ISP. and it is still being sent to an old ISP mail account of which I have no access to. It is all hokey.
- 1 decade ago
It simply means that the user signed up for a Hotmail account from www.Hotmail.fr, which is the French-speaking version of Hotmail. www.Hotmail.ch is for Switzerland, and www.Hotmail.be for Belgium (to name other French-speaking countries).
You do not have to be from France to have a @hotmail.fr email account. In fact, you do not even have to be *in* france to open such an account.
In other words: anyone, anywhere, can open a localized hotmail account.
- Anonymous6 years ago
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- 6 years ago
It could be hotmail address of someone in Quebec ...
- 1 decade ago
the @hotmail, means that the e-mail adress is based on a server in France.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Based in France. Most people outside of the US still have hotmail.com addresses, but some addresses are country specific, hotmail.it (Italy), etc...
- ?Lv 44 years ago
What an interesting question