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FireFox and MSN Messenger

Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by Turbanation, 3 Aug 2006.

  1. Turbanation

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    when I check my email on msn IE 7 loads up, how do I make firefox load up instead?

    how do I completely erase IE 7?
     
  2. hominid

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  3. Polarbear

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    If you use msn plus and stuff n' plug NG plugin you can get msn to open emails in your default browser (in my case firefox).

    Edit: And now I bother to read that link above that is the second thing they say :rolleyes:
     
  4. Turbanation

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  5. z0mbi3

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    Gaim.
     
  6. Polarbear

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    Not a fan of msn plus then if you're taking that option? :p
     
  7. Morlan

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    * me awaits EU court case...
     
  8. Fraggr

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    Use GAIM. It tells you when people close the conversation windows, which allows you to pretend you're spying on them. :)
     
  9. willd58

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    Is there an add on that does this for MSN?

    Any other hot tools for MSN, iv never liked MSN pluss.
     
  10. Polarbear

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    Hmm seems like I'm the only one who doesn't mind msn plus here (are there some good reasons I should know about? :o ).

    Msn plus and stuff n' plug NG again allows you to do this.
     
  11. Fraggr

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    I've never looked for any add ons for MSN. Sorry, can't help. But mess.be might have some, haven't checked for a long time. :)
     
  12. wod_uk

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    use trillan messenger is much better, aint used msn for years