Found 3rd Mar 2009
My niece & nephew keep arguing as to who logs on first so can you tell me if you can have 2 sessions of messenger running at the sametime? so that both would be logged on under their own username, receive & send messages too their pals?

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dont think you can but could use the standard msn client and the other could use the web version through your web browser at the same time??

]http//we…om/

WLM9 supports multiple clients running at the same time, I think.

If it doesn't, you can try installing Messenger Plus over the top of the standard install: msgplus.net/

I use it at home, on top of WLM9, and I can't remember which one provided the ability for multiple clients to run :P Just be sure to tick the "I refuse to install the sponsor program" box during install.

You can.. well you used to be.. cant remeber how to do it.. but i used to be part of a community ages ago that was all about messenger,... mess.be i think it was.. but yes you can...

ill have a google and see if can find that site and how to do it...

brb!

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ok will tell them but any other help would be appreciated

]http//20…=uk

try that.. see if thats anygood...

(sorry that url is the cached one off google.. cus work blocks that site.. and using cached version is the only way to read it.. )

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Ignore all of the above (bar perhaps installing msgplug if you want it)

This will do what you want: [url]www.a-patch.org[/url]

install it for your build number (press the menu drop down thing on messenger, help, about to find it)

select "Multi-MSN (Pologamy)" and you can have as many as you like running.

you can, just use the Messanger that is built into Windows (4.7) and the the new Windows Messanger Live for the other person.

web messenger?... is that an option?.. then all they need to do is connect to the net.. shouldnt conflict should it??

]http//we…om/

i have 2 on all the time! i use windows and yahoo messengers!

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sorry being a bit dumb but isn't windows live messenger the same a msn because its live messenger that they are using...sorry for the confusion

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Chuckles1001;4539243

you can, just use the Messanger that is built into Windows (4.7) and the … you can, just use the Messanger that is built into Windows (4.7) and the the new Windows Messanger Live for the other person.


Done that but new new version just updates the original one in windows ...still only one seesion

Just use the normal msn and log in at :
iloveim.com/

tracymac;4539535

Done that but new new version just updates the original one in windows … Done that but new new version just updates the original one in windows ...still only one seesion



I am doing it now, 1 is windows live messanger (which you have to download and the other is Windows messanger which is part of Windows XP and is already on your PC

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will try this but gotta go now
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