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*aca*

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Jul 15, 2002
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#23
++ [ originally posted by Paolo_Montero ] ++
:wallbang:
..is the last thing you should do when dealing with computers ;):D

why dont u use some P2P to exchange files, or use ICQ (although this will also depend on your ISP upload policy:D)
 
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Tom

Tom

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Oct 30, 2001
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  • Thread Starter #24
    so its all to do with my stupid ISP? they can control what I can send to other poeple on msn? :eek:

    so unfair !!
     

    *aca*

    Senior Member
    Jul 15, 2002
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    #27
    well, phone them :)

    Most likely they wont tell you that they are limiting certain actions by the users, but you never know.

    It might have been a glitch from their side also ;)
     

    vitoria_Ally

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    Jul 14, 2002
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    #28
    Oh Tom, just install ICQ.
    I have it and use it only to sending big files, cause it is more stable to sending big files and plus it has reasume thing.
    So no big deal if your comp die in the end of sending 20 MB video.
     

    Ali

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    Jul 15, 2002
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    #29
    Tom once my ISP blocked my MSN and I just changed the port by clicking the Tools Menu on the MSN Messenger, click on Options, choose the Connection tab .... IMPORTANT: Copy all the current settings first before altering anything for easy roll back
    Then click on I use a proxy server (Depends on how thw settings are - Choose SOCKS Version 5 and set a high number port eg 3190 or something then give it a try.

    NOTE:
    Your firewall might raise all sorts of alarms at this point. And again this port might be closed at your ISP

    PS/ Feel free to use any number of :wallbang: :D
     
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    Tom

    Tom

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    thanks a lot ali, appreciate it :), thanks vit and aca as well cheers guys!
     

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