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Topic # 25653 28-Aug-2008 11:15

hi all

just realised that with the mac messenger if you have a few people using you laptop and logging into the mac messenger their email addresses stay on the login dropdown box which i find a hassel

does anyone know how to have these email addresses removed?

ive googled it and it doesnt really say anything in regards to removing it for a mac -
version messenger is 6 i think



thanks:-)


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  Reply # 160417 28-Aug-2008 11:45
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Mac Messenger is awful, with no webcam support. I use aMSN. Ugly upp. Functional. But ugly. Plus it's kinda ugly.




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  Reply # 160520 28-Aug-2008 18:10
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tonyhughes: Mac Messenger is awful, with no webcam support. I use aMSN. Ugly upp. Functional. But ugly. Plus it's kinda ugly.

I heard somewhere its ugly, is that right? Tongue out

On a slightly more related note, adium is pretty good, multi-protocol support which is pretty good. And you can connect a 'Guest' account for ones you dont wish to save. Recent versions have been quite buggy for me, but they just released a major update which may have fixed it.


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