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I've just installed Windows 8 and signed in using Microsoft Account (email).

Then I installed Skype and signed in using Microsoft account as well (Skype Username merged to Microsoft Account).

On Skype, I can see list of Skype contacts and also include MSN contacts! When someone message me from MSN - I get two notifications from Skype and Messaging app..

Anyone having same problem?

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What I would do is to try and unlink my Skype account with my Microsoft account.

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I have the same issue. Microsoft needs to work it out.

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The new notification system was meant to provide a unified system and prevent things like this happening. Unfortunately it's yet another half-baked implementation.

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In the messaging app's options you can disable it handling notifications. This will leave Skype to handle IMs.

[quote name='theyarecomingforyou' timestamp='1351550307' post='595282713']
The new notification system was meant to provide a unified system and prevent things like this happening. Unfortunately it's yet another half-baked implementation.
[/quote]

It's the first iteration.

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[quote name='Eddie7' timestamp='1351549402' post='595282671']
What I would do is to try and unlink my Skype account with my Microsoft account.
[/quote]
Unfortunately, they haven't given us this option :no:

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[quote name='Calum' timestamp='1351550908' post='595282743']
Unfortunately, they haven't given us this option :no:
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Yeah, it's unfortunate. :(

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