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Is it possible to show the time in a MSN message?

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Hi Experts.

Is it possible to configure MSN (Live Messenger) to show the date and/or time when the message was wrote from the persons in the conversation like Skypes does?

Regards,
LMG.
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Tools / options / messages: "show timestamps on messages". Check this checkbox.
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