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how can i change skype store message

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I want to change skype store message to d: drive is it posible
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create a custom desktop shortcut to start Skype that includes the /datapath switch to put your Skype profile data wherever you would like
 
eg. "C:\Program Files\Skype\" /datapath:"D:\folder_x"
 
note that it is important to include the quotation marks in the 'target' of the shortcut
Regards,
Neil


http://community.skype.com/t5/Windows-desktop-client/how-to-move-skype-log/td-p/239772

HTH :)
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