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Topic # 57325 9-Feb-2010 20:00
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As title says, my ebuddy doenst see users logged in with 
SMS for Windows Live


As seen here http://home.mobile.live.com/home.mvc/ShowSMSIntroduction/


Does anyone know which client if any can see these users?  Im trying to use my data to msn a friend in US on Verizon, it costs her 25c to send and 20c to recieve texts internationally, we are trying to use msn to circumnavigate this and make it free (we both pay for services which makes it free (ish) )




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  Reply # 297557 10-Feb-2010 00:23
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Why can't she just use an msn client on her pc, or phone? SMS for windows live just seems
over complicating something simple



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  Reply # 297578 10-Feb-2010 07:10
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Sorry, we are trying to be able to contact each other through the Cell Phones when out and about. I have managed to find a work around solution called TextPlus, its free for me and free for her to reply.

However im still looking for a client that can see these users for the iPhone and Linux




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  Reply # 297823 10-Feb-2010 23:01
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Google talk



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  Reply # 297852 11-Feb-2010 07:35
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So google talk can see MSN users logged in on mobile phones?




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