If you use Hotmail you may be in for a surprise.
In Microsoft\'s popular free e-mail service, messages are being swept out and bounced back to senders as the site urges members to upgrade to a premium version that costs $19.95 a year, according to subscribers.
This comes after Microsoft made stiffer rules about storage limits and periods of disuse. Accounts are dumped after a month of no log-ins, whereas 45 days used to be the policy. Read the full story on CNet.com. And watch out for that .Net which is about to cover the world.