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.)

http://webmessenger.msn.com/default.aspx

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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