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Mattgduk

if i create an e-mail account on ym server and use it for msn messenger, will it use up bandwidth??

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The_Decryptor

Who's bandwidth, yours?

Well, if your passport enable your account, all it does is make your e-mail passport enabled, it doesnt install software on your server that makes messenger connect through it.

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Mattgduk

So if i create an e-mail account on my server and get a .net passport for the e-mail address it wont use up my bandwidth by the user going on msn messenger???

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Kudos

It will not use up bandwidth on your server.

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Simon Thulbourn

Am I the only person who finds this hard to read?

I'm still routing for an IQ test on signup :D

Anyway..

1st create the e-mail address on your e-mail server and then goto passport.net and then register it as a .NET passport

Doing it this way WILL consume bandwidth

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John

This doesn't make sense. Bandwidth isn't part of the equation :blink:

.NET Passports are created on Microsoft's own secure servers and are created from an email address; that email address is used to sign into those Passport servers, which then allow websites to store settings in your Passport on the Passport servers.

FYI - Anything you do online uses bandwidth, because you have to communicate with some kind of server.

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