MSN Messenger .NET 5.0.0317


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Originally posted by pHaez

Well, i made the exe ignore the CHL command issued by the server, but when i do this, The server disconnects you, but the client doesnt act like it until you try sending messages , etc. Working on a work around.

master cracker at work,

i'm in awe. /me wishes he were more educated.

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Originally posted by BuG

rofl ts,

just go in program filesmsn messenger and play them they are good i like them, putting them on my msn 4.6 for now :)

good idea

TS

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pHaez fyi.

there is one GetTickCount() in msnmsgr.exe that checks against 0x7530 (30000ms or 30 seconds), i tried changing it to something larger but it didnt work. still disconnected me.

just tellin ya so u dont waste ya time trying the same thing ;)

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HELP It keeps posting everytime i try to install msn messenger 5 -- Could not access network location . All Users. -- How do i fix this - Thanks

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It logs in perfectly if you have the right kind of .NET Passport. ;-)

v5-1.jpg

Guys, this is a leak. It hasn't been customized to run within the production (Live) .NET Passport environment.

It is very...MSN 8 ish. ;-) (think metallic silver & blues)

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I do not understand why everybody uses that evil MSN Messenger programme. You can not send offline messages, just like AIM. To me it's useless, why can't they let you send offline messages (send a message to an offline contact, just like you can with ICQ, Jabber, ...)

I'm staying with my superlight, fast and easy Jabber client. Nothing beats it. Long live open-source :-)

P.S. More info about Jabber at www.jabbercentral.com

It beats Trillian too.

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Originally posted by Trade Wind

It logs in perfectly if you have the right kind of .NET Passport. ;-)

v5-1.jpg

Guys, this is a leak. It hasn't been customized to run within the production (Live) .NET Passport environment.

well why did u erase your email since we can see it on the Messenger ? :) :) :)

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Originally posted by SouL2kEEp

well why did u erase your email since we can see it on the Messenger ? :) :) :)

lol, those are two different addresses...and the one visible isn't a real address. (see the mail verification popup in the lower left?)

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Originally posted by shockz

Trade Wind, I know this off topic... but do you have anymore MSN 8.0 screenshots? Just wondering?

That screenshot there isn't even a MSN 8 screenshot.

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Originally posted by SouL2kEEp

ahh yes...

so.. your point is it only works with @msn.com emails ?

If that his point he's mistaken because it doesn't work with mine.

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Originally posted by hkey_root

That screenshot there isn't even a MSN 8 screenshot.

I KNOW THAT! but he had shown a pic of MSN 8.0 before. I was just wondering if he had anymore. Notice how I said OFFTOPIC in my post?

Sorry to be blunt, but don't treat me like i'm stupid.

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Originally posted by SouL2kEEp

ahh yes...

so.. your point is it only works with @msn.com emails ?

No, it doesn't work with the production (live) .NET Passport environment. (http://www.passport.com) It is set up to work with their test passport environments (which I will not post).

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Originally posted by shockz

Trade Wind, I know this off topic... but do you have anymore MSN 8.0 screenshots? Just wondering?

Nope..

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Originally posted by hkey_root

If that his point he's mistaken because it doesn't work with mine.

nice...uhhh...'root' you got there in your avatar. :D

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Originally posted by shockz

I KNOW THAT! but he had shown a pic of MSN 8.0 before. I was just wondering if he had anymore. Notice how I said OFFTOPIC in my post?

Sorry to be blunt, but don't treat me like i'm stupid.

It's quite allright. I would have done the same had positions been reversed. I hang out with Wickedkitten and I don't know anybody that can be anymore blunt than her.

I tend to jump gun occassionally. Apoligizies.

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Originally posted by Kola

Come on... :)

There would be no point! Your "live" .NET Passports would not work in that environment. You would not be able to even add users in the test environments that are in the live environments. The user database is not shared.

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