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What is the difference between these two programmes.I
signed up for MSN and after using Instant Messages the
person I tried to add received 40+ emails all the same.He
had to change all his particulars to get rid of it,and I
removed the programme.What is the point of two programmes
doing the same thing?
 

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Guess you need to ask MS that questions !!

Gil Higham wrote:
> What is the difference between these two programmes.I
> signed up for MSN and after using Instant Messages the
> person I tried to add received 40+ emails all the same.He
> had to change all his particulars to get rid of it,and I
> removed the programme.What is the point of two programmes
> doing the same thing?
 
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Can I uninstall Microsoft Messenger, and still expect MSN Messenger to work?
Or does the latter work on top of the former, like an expansion?

"DaViD" wrote:

> Guess you need to ask MS that questions !!
>
> Gil Higham wrote:
> > What is the difference between these two programmes.I
> > signed up for MSN and after using Instant Messages the
> > person I tried to add received 40+ emails all the same.He
> > had to change all his particulars to get rid of it,and I
> > removed the programme.What is the point of two programmes
> > doing the same thing?
>
>
>
 
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Dont worry, i just read an earlier thred, i now know that some MSN functions
require Windows messenger.
Apologies

"robfir" wrote:

> Can I uninstall Microsoft Messenger, and still expect MSN Messenger to work?
> Or does the latter work on top of the former, like an expansion?
>
> "DaViD" wrote:
>
> > Guess you need to ask MS that questions !!
> >
> > Gil Higham wrote:
> > > What is the difference between these two programmes.I
> > > signed up for MSN and after using Instant Messages the
> > > person I tried to add received 40+ emails all the same.He
> > > had to change all his particulars to get rid of it,and I
> > > removed the programme.What is the point of two programmes
> > > doing the same thing?
> >
> >
> >
 

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