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Mac Messenger - Personal/Corporate Accounts


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I've totally screwed up my messenger

Since I've had my Mac I've only been using the Personal list one and I have Mac Messenger to automatically open and sign in when I switch my machine on.

I put just an account name and password into the Corporate one along with the Personal one and now when I start my machine up, the Personal account won't automatically sign in.

Instead, both the Personal and Corporate accounts windows both open and I have the option to sign in.

Now, I no longer need the Corporate account messenger, and only want to use the Personal messenger, however, I can't delete the data from the Corporate accounts window because I get an error saying I have to have an email address etc in there now.

How can I delete the Corporate account so my Personal account automatically signs in again?

Can anyone help out? neye:
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Sorry about that post above - I've just found the solution.

For future reference simply delete the following file in the correct User/Library/Preferences/Microsoft folder:

com.microsoft.Messenger.plist
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Hi,

I found com.microsoft.Messenger.plist as well, however I don't find anything to re-enable my corporate account.

Would you advice me what to do ????

Thank you very much in advance

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Sorry about that post above - I've just found the solution.

For future reference simply delete the following file in the correct User/Library/Preferences/Microsoft folder:

com.microsoft.Messenger.plist
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