Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.messenger (More info?)
Yes it is, however if you want them both logged in at the same time, you can have several
Firstly, you can use Windows Messenger and MSN Messenger 6.x at the same time with a
different account logged into both. Otherwise you'll need to use
another client (like Trillian -- http://www.trillian.cc) which can login to the .NET
Messenger service separately in addition to the Messenger client you already have.
However, you can also "patch" MSN Messenger so that it will run several times by using a
unsupported polygamy patch. You can find these on http://www.mess.be, look in their download
section (more specifically the 'MSN Messenger Addons, Bots, Tools & Tweaks ' section) for
'JnrzLoader', 'Nega Patch' and others which can help you with this.
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"kb" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> is it possible to have two id on one computer for msn