Getting rid of Ad's in webmail - Outlook.live.com

  1. Coram Daes's Avatar
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    Getting rid of Ad's in webmail - Outlook.live.com


    Lo guys, long time no seen.
    Tried to get my Outlook web mail at outlook.live.com to loose the ads (covering the far right side of the site) and once, many months ago, I found a link to get some kind of premium or subscription and tried to activate it, but to no avail. I have been looking in all kinds of settings but still at a loss.
    Using Chrome, tried in Edge same result.
    Any ideas?
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  2. OldMike65's Avatar
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    Coram Daes said:
    Lo guys, long time no seen.
    Tried to get my Outlook web mail at outlook.live.com to loose the ads (covering the far right side of the site) and once, many months ago, I found a link to get some kind of premium or subscription and tried to activate it, but to no avail. I have been looking in all kinds of settings but still at a loss.
    Using Chrome, tried in Edge same result.
    Any ideas?
    Check out this link, if you are willing to pay for add free version of Outlook.
    Outlook.com Premium and Ad-free Outlook.com - Outlook
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  3. Coram Daes's Avatar
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    ...and now I see why it did not work.... götterdämmerung, I don't have an outlook address as primary...
    Thanks for the link, I am not per se willing to pay for it, but I do have an Office365 subscription so I guess maybe it is enough to make those pesky MS scripts understand that.
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  4. DaddyG's Avatar
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    Hi there

    I haven't signed up for Premium or Ad Free, yet I don't see any ads when viewing my outlook.com emails in my browser (Vivaldi).
    I can only assume that's because uBlock Origin is stopping them.
    When I tested it just now uBlock Origin is indicating that it's stopping at least 9 'things' wanting to show.

    Try that.

    DaddyG
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  5. Coram Daes's Avatar
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    I rather stick to Chrome. I don't use any adblockers., I am competent enough to sort them scams :)
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