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Old April 16th 10, 04:33 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.messenger
Odd Man 2
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How do I get rid of messenger?

It is an annoying popup and won't go away!
Old February 2nd 11, 12:19 PM
svetori56 svetori56 is offline
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messenger popup? i dont understand, well just uninstall it
Old February 6th 11, 12:06 PM
vgenral98 vgenral98 is offline
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Go for anti pop up software i am sure you will over come it
Old February 8th 11, 01:32 PM
stevemonster86 stevemonster86 is offline
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Pop up blocker will really help you
Old March 28th 11, 11:44 PM
malianemaccoy malianemaccoy is offline
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How can I delete messenger account?
Old November 27th 11, 09:30 AM
insu27 insu27 is offline
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The software integrates with Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, and the Remote Assistance feature of Windows XP. Windows Messenger also integrates with Media Center in Windows XP Media Center Edition. Windows Messenger can communicate with the Exchange Server 2000 Instant Messaging Service and the .NET Messenger Service.

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