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Old July 20th 12, 01:23 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.messenger
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Default Setting Up ICF + Messenger for Files, Video, Whiteboard

On Tuesday, January 1, 2002 10:19:51 AM UTC-8, Wesley Davis wrote:
See http://help.microsoft.com/EN_US/HelpWindow_msg.asp?
INI=msgr_xpv45.ini&H_VER=1.7&SearchTerm=no gol&S_Text=For%
20help%20on%20Windows%20Messenger,%20click%20a%20t opic%

The link for doing file transfers is worthless. It
assumes you have something from CISCO. I have XP pro - I
doubt it changes with Home Edition - and I can't get
Windows Messenger (4.5.0127) to send a file or picture to
someone I'm chatting with.

Unless I turn off the firewall (ICF), which I don't want
to do for obvious security reasons. WHat are my options?
Zone Alarm (I have a license for Pro) created more than
it's share of problems like not allowing Windows XP to
shutdown properly. ZA workes well with Win2K, but I did a
re-install of XP without ZA and my problems went away.

If anyone knows how to make this work, please let me
know. Thanks.


a href="http://www.videoexplainers.com/"whiteboard video/a

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