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"Microsoft Hotmail" and "Hotmail" redirect here.

Hotmail

1996–1997

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Hotmail was launched on July 4, 1996. Its original name and capitalization refers to HTML, the encoding language used by the World Wide Web.

1997–1998

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MSN Hotmail

1998–2000

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Hotmail was sold to Microsoft in December, 1997 and soon in November, 1998, after it was added to the MSN group of services, it was renamed MSN Hotmail.

2000–2007

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As a result of the new MSN logo, the Hotmail logo has also changed

Windows Live Mail (beta)

2005–2007 (beta)

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In November 2005 the new Windows Live services was launched. Windows Live Mail replaced MSN Hotmail and started its time in beta form.

Windows Live Hotmail

2007–2010

HOT-MAIL-2009

In February 2007, the Hotmail name returned thus became Windows Live Hotmail. It is now integrated into the new Windows Live services and has replaced MSN Hotmail.

2010–2011

Hotmail-logo

With the release of Windows Live Wave 4 update in mid 2010, Hotmail got a new logo along with other Live services.

Microsoft Hotmail

2011–2013

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All Windows Live services are rebranded to Microsoft services as Microsoft decides to end the Windows Live brand.

2012–2013

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This logo did not replace the mark above it, but was used as a transition mark while Outlook.com was still in beta throughout the second half of 2012 and the beginning of 2013.

Outlook.com

2012–present

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Outlook.com was launched on July 31, 2012 as a successor to Hotmail and also a companion to Microsoft Outlook, the Office application. It phased out Hotmail on May 3, 2013.
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