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  • MSN and Yahoo Combining Forces

    They're integrating their messenger services... should be interesting to see how this develops!

    http://www.marketwatch.com/news/stor...&siteid=google

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    Re: MSN and Yahoo Combining Forces

    interesting.. so how's it gonna work? if I have one or the other will I be simultaneously connected to both? What if I already have both?



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      Re: MSN and Yahoo Combining Forces

      YES! I hate using Yahoo!, and all my real friends are on it. Yet, I love MSN (oh, there's a suprise).

      Maybe this is why MS is flodding us with a new MSN Messenger beta soon?
      -Monorail Man

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        Hmm... well, if MSN beta is going to work like YIM, perhaps I can get back on it. I literally stopped using email because I counted on MSN to tell me I had one, and then their program started screwing up my computer, so I had to get rid of it.

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          Re: MSN and Yahoo Combining Forces

          Originally posted by From TheHotfix.net
          Microsoft today released a site to sign up for the MSN Messenger 8.0 Beta program. This next generation version Messenger will include Yahoo! integration allowing for users to talk to people who are on the Yahoo! IM client.

          All you need to do to sign up is click the link below and insert your e-mail address into the box and click the buttom. You can change the last two letters on the URL to go to your specific language. You'll notice that the site is at the URL imagine-msn.com, which is owned by Microsoft. Microsoft will then e-mail people who signed up later this year with instructions on how to download the beta.

          View: MSN Messenger 8.0 Beta Sign-Up
          Cool.
          -Monorail Man

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