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I want to get "ALL" history MSN message of my account.

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Hi there,
I want to get "ALL" history MSN message of my account.
How can I do that? Please help.
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You can only retrieve it if it was logged in the first place.
If you want to log it in future you can set up MSN to do that in it's options, but another nice utility for MSN is MSN Plus.
www.msgplus.net
If you want to use MSN plus, be careful of the spyware included in the package... It will NOT install spyware if you select "I do not accept" while its installing.

Logs of chats are saved under My Documents\My Chat logs

Hope this answers your question
Thanks
J
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Hi Jacauc,
I've already installed msgplus, and I can see Logs of chats in My Documents\My Chat logs, but the problem is..
I can see only the messages which I chat while I was using my computer.
But how can I retreive all my msn message while I was chatting when using other computers elsewhere? Please help.
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Well, guess thats one of the limitations of MSN messenger...
Easiest would be to copy those logs onto a USB flash disk everytime you have finished chatting.

Cheers
J
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