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Leo, where does messenger store conversations on the computer. Can I look in my registry and see old conversations? I'm not saving them, just wondered if they were stored some where on the computer.
just wondering if there was any way to save a copy of my msn conversations directly to my inbox or a subfolder of my hotmail account (the same one used for msn chatting)? thanks
Can i see the chat history of MSN or Yahoo in a different computer not in the network?
I mean i log into a computer and later on see the chat history in a different computer.
As when u chat in Gtalk it gets saved in Gmail--Chats...Kindly help
hi can anyone help me , evrytime i chat with my friend on msn , if i got to my history to read the chat again , all what she has said to me has gone , how can she delete what she has said on my history please can someone help me , thanks
i want to ask something.Sorry that my English is not very well.
I want to save my instant messages.
I save them but i can't read them.
Can You Help Me Please.
How to read them.
Is it Possible to see the chat history( when we are connected in Lan Network ) of msn even when it is deleted from computer
sir i have some problem that i work in a office as system administrator
i create 2 accounts 1 is Administrator it's my private account and 1 is employers guest account but in the guest account i can't save them chatting so please solve my this problem that how can i save chating in Administrator account?
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