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How do I add a chat function (MSN messenger) when I originally set up Trillian to only use Yahoo! and AOL?
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karampelas earned 400 total points
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I assume that you have the latest version of Trillian if not it should be almost in the same location.

1: Go to Trillian preferences.
2: Choose plugins
3. Select the MSN plugin.

You can now add a MSN account from the Trillian preferences / Identities & Connections using the "Add a new connection" button.
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That worked perfectly, Thanks!
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