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How to get yahoo & MSN  autoreply message

Posted on 2008-10-21
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Hi All,

Just a quick question How to find freeware/script for yahoo & MSN  auto reply message that work with my both messenger?

Thanks!
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Use Yahoo through MSN, then in MSN use MSN+ (msgplus.net).

Then simply do /busy away or something so that it will reply once someone messages you.
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