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How To Remove Signin Details Of Msn Passport

 Question:

When I sign onto Messenger in Windows XP, there's a drop-down menu of sign-addresses I can use. Is there a way to keep those addresses from appearing, so I have to type it in each time?

Answer:

Yes there is a way, although you will need to modify/create a key within the system registry. Open the Registry Editor, and navigate to the key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\ Control\ Lsa

Create a Value called "disabledomaincreds" and set it to...
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How To Use You Gmail With Msn Messenger

i think all of you know it but if someone dont than here it is
go to this page:

https://register.passport.net/default.srf?sl=1


enter you gmail account as the email address

fill all the other blanks and continue the registration

go to your gmail account and verify the registration and know sign in with msn

 

actually this works will all emails not only gmail

 

How To Stop Spam

Change Mcft to microsoft

HOW TO STOP SPAM VIA WINDOWS MESSENGER SERVICE
Below you'll find many ways (sorted in the most successful ratio first) to stop the Windows Messenger service, depending on your system environment, some may require more than one process. This service is available only on NT, 2K, XP & Server 2003. Administrator Login is REQUIRED

About The Messenger Service


* Messenger is a Windows Service that runs in the background
* Messenger is not the same as MSN...
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Direct Link To Any Page You Want To In Hotmail

This tutorial is for people that don't know how to direct link to .php pages on the web. If you are on a private computer, and don't mind auto-logging in, you will be able to access your folders much faster than going straight to hotmail.com

You will need a bit of information. Log into the hotmail main page. You will see a web address similar to the following:

http://by211.bay211.hotmail.msn.com/cgi-bin/hmhome?fti=yes&curmbox=00000000%2d0000...


It won't be exactly the same...
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