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Old March 25th 03, 09:35 PM
Jonathan Kay [MVP]
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Default Multiple .NET accounts in one IM?

Greetings Chris,

This is on the "wish list", however, there is a few ways to do this now. Firstly, you can
use MSN Messenger 5, Windows Messenger 4.x and/or Trillian (or some other client that
supports .NET Messenger) to be on several accounts at once.

There's also some "polygamy" patches going around which allow you to open multiple sessions
of Windows Messenger or MSN Messenger 5, however, they aren't supported and obviously can
have some "weird" results.
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Jonathan Kay
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http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/
Messenger Resources - http://messenger.jonathankay.com

"Chris Waters" wrote in message
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Is it possible to have multiple .NET Passport accounts accessible in MSN
Messenger concurrently? Either in one window or multiple windows? If not, is
this on the "wish list"? I'm not really sure how valuable this is, but I do
know that I've got at least .NET Passport-enabled email addresses! :^|




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