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IT guys has disabled MSN messager on my pc which is running Windows XP SP1

Postby Ronshushu » Fri, 05 Dec 2003 14:25:47 GMT

while lot of other people in my company could logon to 
MSN messager,  do you know how to enable MSN messager on 
my PC? I think I should change the registry, but don't 
know how to change.

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"kaywilliams" wrote:

> The connection to the server has failed. Account: 'IMAP', Server: 'IMAP', 
> Protocol: POP3, Port: 110, Secure(SSL): No, Socket Error: 10060, Error 
> Number: 0x800CCC0E
> 
> Sometime my email is sent but when the otherside tries and sends one back 
> they get an error report.  Also i get show on my screen as 'incoming mail' 
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> I am not sure when i set this up what server to put in  it asks   POP  or 
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> for both.  Still having trouble.
> 
> I have send emails under all the names and POP and IMAP things i coud think 
> of to my friends but they have not been getting them.  or if they have just 
> one and they have trouble sending.   Does this seem confusing - just think 
> how i feel.
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> CAN ANY one help.  is it just a case that i have set it up wrong? 
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