MSN 6.0

What i want is simple; I want to - when somoene messages me over MSN - grab the message with my program so i can have my wicked way with it.

I remember doing this a long time ago and using OnTextReceived, but i cant for the life of me remember how, find any old working code, or any resources on the net i used to use (mess.be forums for example)

Any help would be muchly appriciated as i have just spent the past few days creating a program that will allow me to recieve messages while playing a specific game.

Cheers,
Chris.
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Steve-HowesCommented:
you should be able to select MSN messenger as a refere
nce and acces it like that,, i saw a very short article on it on www.planetsourcecode.com less that a week ago, i will try and find the url
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StormUKAuthor Commented:
Yeh, that's as far as i have got...but thhere is no on text recieved function, so i dont know how to grab it :S
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Steve-HowesCommented:
microsoft have been trying to stop people doing it so you may have to use a packet sniffer to monitor what is happening and write it by hand,, other than that i am afraid i have no idea. sorry
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