But pretty sure, it`s an EXE file. And it will incorporate like a backdoor Trojan into your registration to run automatically at startup. I have the “legitimate” version only yesterday (dated September 16, 2012) As above the last line of the first paragraph is “Please read Microsoft`s new services agreement here to familiarize yourself with the changes we have made.” where “here” is a link to the agreement, not an attached file, but otherwise the wording is correct.” Only users are informed that their service contract has changed, and most of the time, these changes do not affect users. The updated agreement will enter into force on October 19, 2012. If you continue to use our services after October 19, you agree to the terms of the new contract or, of course, you will be able to terminate your service at any time. Thanks for your comments, it helps us improve the site. However, the warning that should alert you via this last email is in the attached file: Microsoft-Services-Agreement.pdf.exe. And therein lies the true truth… You manage yourself. You can block people, etc. Microsoft is not your parent, if you are below, your parents should limit your games/etc. Hello, you will receive this email because we are updating the Microsoft Services agreement that applies to one or more Microsoft products or services that you use. We present these updates to clarify our terms and conditions and ensure they remain transparent to you, as well as to cover new Microsoft products, services and features. Do you want to answer this thread or ask your own question? Hell, which extinguishes the messages of people who are not on your friends list, is also a good cry.
You received your Microsoft service contract – you don`t know why I received this information because I don`t show a Microsoft account – so I don`t want this service agreement. Please cancel and confirm today. Question, how does your computer information appear at the end of your response or message on the form here.? We have updated the microsoft services agreement that governs many online services – including your Microsoft account and many online products and services for consumers such as Hotmail, SkyDrive, Bing, MSN, Office.com, Windows Live Messenger, Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Movie Maker, Windows Mail Desktop and Windows Writer. Please read the new Microsoft Services agreement in the attached file to familiarize yourself with the changes we have made. You have to choose a username for the site that only lasts a few moments. Then you can post your question and our members will help you. You can read the full Agreement from Microsoft Services here. For more information on these updates, click here on our FAQ page, including a summary of the most remarkable changes. Updates to the Microsoft Services agreement will be available from 1 to 20 20.