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    Question Problems with Microsoft Mensenger
    Hey dudes,

    I just changed my pc to a macbook pro and I'm having problems with the Microsoft messenger... (and all my friends use hotmail service)

    Some one know other messenger that I could talk with hotmail users?

    Or just know how to fix the Microsoft Mensenger problem?

    (By the way, the problem is that when i conect to the mensenger, a few seconds later I'm disconected and it says that could be a problem with the conection with the internet,that is not, or a problem with the server which might be not available.)

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    Not sure what the problem is, but Yahoo Messenger works well with MSN Messenger users.

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    My favourite is Adium it does more than MSN as well all in one program, plus you get all the useful free downloadable addons

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    +1 for Adium! You'll never look back.
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    hi all
    Does yahoo of adium allow u to use inbuilt cam on a MacBook with people on msn messenger ?

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    Thanks dudes... i downloaded Adium and it is better than msn as you say...

    Oh, and one more question - does anyone know any program to make video and audio conference with Microsoft Mensenger users?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViniKia View Post
    Thanks dudes... i downloaded Adium and it is better than msn as you say...

    Oh, and one more question - does anyone know any program to make video and audio conference with Microsoft Mensenger users?
    You could try aMSN, I've tried it with limited success but you may get luckier.

    S

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    I agree with the previous users, Adium is a great piece of software.

    Check out its add ons when you get a chance.
    15.4" Apple Unibody Macbook Pro Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6.4), 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB 1066Mz DDR3 SDRAM (2x2GB), 128GB Solid State Drive (SSD), NVIDIA GeForce 9400M + 9600M GT with 512MB, SuperDrive 8X - Apple Remote Infrared (IR) - Logitech MX Performance 2.4 GHz Wireless - Apple Keyboard Bluetooth - iPhone 4 32GB, Black

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