bnc at astronomicalresearchaustralia.org
Thu Jun 14 07:55:03 GMT 2007
Tim, What emailaddress/password was that?
Your current ISP one or one that you already had from MSN?
If you registered on the MSN network did you read the policy you agreed to?
> I've been using kopete to talk on MSN for about 12 months now and have
> never had any issues. I didn't have to set up anything though - simply
> enterred my email address and password and everything worked as the
> microsoft client does.
> I'm running Kubuntu 7.
> Brian wrote:
>> I have just spent a few hours compiling kopete to work with my UVC V4L2
>> camera(took me two goes).
>> Local test worked fine, went to logon to MSN to enable me to talk
>> interstate and found I had to sign in.
>> Then I had to allow cookies, only just did that.
>> Then I had to agree to Microsoft's terms.
>> Well I decided to read them(big mistake) and found
>> "4. How You May Not Use the Service.
>> use any unauthorized third party software or service to access the
>> Microsoft instant messaging network (currently known as the .NET
>> Messenger service);"
>> Naturally kopete was not listed:)
>> I currently have ekiga working fine and I have got my brother interstate
>> to load it up on his windows box. So will try that next.
>> Unfortunately I still may need to use MSN for other people.
>> 1) Has anybody used kopete to access MSN.
>> 2) what do other people use to talk/video MSN type people?
>> 3)kopete has a few other chat type protocols but not sure if any of
>> them do video, and will talk to windoze boxes.
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