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"appear offline" login in msn 6.2?


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tang_tito

i have msn 6.2.0137

is there a way to login in "appear offline" status?

i know msnshell can do the job, but the problem is that the program has some conflict with a program i use, so, cannot use it

is there another way?

help would be appreciated

thanx guys

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Dean W

Use Messenger Discovery To DO that!

Hope this helps!

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LispyGlitter2
i have msn 6.2.0137

is there a way to login in "appear offline" status?

i know msnshell can do the job, but the problem is that the program has some conflict with a program i use, so, cannot use it

is there another way?

help would be appreciated

thanx guys

I'm not sure since I dont' have it loaded, but does Mesenger Plus have that? I've heard some people talking about it with in regards to Messenger Plus.

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tang_tito
Use Messenger Discovery To DO that!

Hope this helps!

where can i get it?

is it free?

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Rix
I'm not sure since I dont' have it loaded, but does Mesenger Plus have that? I've heard some people talking about it with in regards to Messenger Plus.

Nope, Msg Plus dosent.

Yes Messenger Discovery Is Free, but it takes up resoucres, and you must have it loaded to sign in to msn.

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Dean W
where can i get it?

is it free?

Homepage - > www.messengerdiscovery.com/

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tang_tito
Nega Patch?

what's that?

where do i get it?

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noroom

use the Jrnzloader (you can get it from mess.be)

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Vignesh
use the Jrnzloader (you can get it from mess.be)

Yep, he's right.

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tang_tito

i thought the Jrnzloader didn't work anymore with the msn 6.2

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Dean W

Like i Said Use -> Messenger Discovery

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tang_tito
use the Jrnzloader (you can get it from mess.be)

got it

works fine

thanx

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Sean B.

Here is a indepth thread of how to signin offline and stuff:

Do a basic search on these forums and you'll find tons of information....

If you want to appear "offline" when you sign in into Messenger you can use one of the following things:

A Proxy

With MSN Proxy you can select your initial status when signing in (offline, away, etc...)

Plus! is not needed for this to work.

More info and download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/msnproxy

MSN Proxy forums: http://msnproxy.sourceforge.net/forums/

An Addon

Messenger Discovery is an addon for MSN Messenger which let you do lots of stuff (although it has been reported to be very buggy). One of the things is to sign in with any status, thus including "appear offline".

It functions as a proxy between MSN Messenger and the internet, thus it works in a similar way as MSN Proxy.

Plus! is not needed for this to work.

More info and download: http://www.messengerdiscovery.com/

A Plus! Plugin

DJMystic created a plugin for Messenger Plus! called StatusSaver.

It saves whatever status you're in. So, whenever you restart messenger your online status is changed in an instant to the saved one; Your contacts will still see you coming online, but in a flash your status is changed to your last used status (from when you signed out).

If you want it to startup with the same status each time regardless of how you left it the last time then make the file "Oldstatus.dat", which you'll find in your plugins-folder, read-only after you've changed to the status of your choice.

It needs Messenger Plus! to work.

You can download it here: http://msgplus.mybboard.com/attachment.php...0188&pid=187701.

(simply put the dll into your plugins folder)

A Loader (personal recommendation !!!)

Jnrz7 created a loader called JnrzLoader.

It is a memory patcher/editor for MSN Messenger. It will load MSN Messenger into memory and will modify some of its internal commands by changing some bytes inside its memory space, then it will quit itself. With it you can open as many MSN Messenger's instances as you like (polygamy) and you will be signed in with the "Appear Offline" status also.

So, it just loads MSN Messenger and then quits itself, so there won't be an extra program running if you use this.

Plus! is not needed for the loader to work.

More Info and download: http://www.jnrz.2kzone.net/, http://www.jnrzsystems.tk/ or http://jnrz.darkysoft.com/.

(make sure you download the correct version for your MSN Messenger!!!)

A Patch

Nega Patch is one of the patches which will alter your MSN Messenger executable file so that it signs in "Appear Offline". If you wanna use this you must be 100% sure that you have the correct patch for the correct MSN Messenger version. Even then, if your Messenger is skinned it is possible that the patch will screw up your Messenger.

But beware: The method used by Nega Patch can be called "dodgy" as it swaps the online and offline status physicly. Although it works (almost) fine if you don't use any other addon/plugin, this can *beep* up the process of other addons/plugins. And for this same reason, it is also strongly recommended that you disable the idle timeout function of Messenger itself, otherwise Nega Patch will cause Messenger to close all active windows and switch you to appear offline when you return from being idle....

More Info and download: http://msn.d1f.org/index.html

(always make a backup of your MSN Messenger before applying any patch)

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Note: the programs described above have also some other features, if you want to know more, follow the links...

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http://msgplus.mybboard.com/showthread.php...87701#pid187701

http://msgplus.mybboard.com/attachment.php?pid=187701

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