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msn messenger

If I want to open msn messager pass thru the firewall, what port should I open ?
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mshivdasCommented:
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adrianmak's account has been closed for refusing to provide feedback even after being reminded.

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SunBowCommented:
(while my ZA has things to say differently.....) from:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q273874

"The required port that you need to open for MSN Messenger to function properly with the Game Voice software is:
TCP Port 1863 "

so,,


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