MSN Messenger via a website

Neat solution when your firewall admin closes the ports required for MSN Messenger, or you want to login to MSN Messenger from a cybercafe. (Of course, this just means that your firewall admin will close access to the website on the proxy instead.)

It’s still in Beta and you don’t get all the features you get in the proper client, but it’s a good start. Pity it doesn’t work in Opera though, but it’s not the first time Microsoft have actively messed with Opera users to force them to use a different browser.

Some other web-based MSN Messenger systems


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