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Problem regarding MSN Messenger for Mac

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I am using MSN Messenger for MAC...Recently I updated the software and I am running now version 6. And here is my little problem...whenever i start the Mac, 2 MSN windows appear on the screen...the corporate contact list and the personal contact list...I never use the corporate list and would like to get rid of it so that only the personal list will appear on start-up...but I cannot find any option in the preferences to delete the corporate account....any suggestions??

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