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Sory for the late Response, i had a meeting from 15:00 to 18:30.
I'd say he got the correct answer although you made a mistake. Since you saw your Mistake and the correct solution was postet (without the error) I'd state it as solved in this case @User-9037617 is the winner
Either email addresses are case insensitive, or they aren't. Everything on t'interwebs agrees that they are.
Except Microsoft account verification...
I'm old fashioned, and I like my email with initial caps: "P***.G***@S***-M***.com" and that's how I always enter it.
Microsoft accepts that, and because emails aren't case sensitive, they lower case it when they store it as your Windows account name.
Except when they ask you to verify it...
That doesn't match the alternate email associated with your account. The correct email starts with "p***".
Even worse, when you do lowercase it they effectively confirm that you got it right, while pretending they aren't!
If p***.g***@s***-m***.com matches the email address on your account, we'll send you a code.
Consistency. Don'tcha just love it?
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I'm old fashioned, and I like my email with initial caps
You may be old fashioned, but it has NEVER been standard for emails to have initial caps! Just saying!
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