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    Is there a touchpad app that lets me use MSN Messenger?

    Or a patch that integrates MSN into the touchpad messaging app like google and skpe is?

    -- Sent from my Palm Pre3 using Forums
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    Check out this thread, the plugins are not yet compatible with the TP but as I understand it, they will soon.
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    As there is no properly functioning app yet for out Touchpads, one can simply sign into one's Hotmail or Live account by the Touchpad's browser and go to the mailbox/inbox.
    From there, somewhere above there is a messenger option/icon that will list your online contacts to initiate a chat with.
    If someone calls you, there are no visual or audio alerts, like in the actual Messenger program, but it does provide a partial solution for those who want to contact someone by Messenger.
    I keep that page open in the background and check it out from time to time, in case someone sent me a chat message.
    If you cannot get to sign into Hotmail by the browser, it could me your Touchpad's Hotmail email account causing a conflict. Simply delete the Hotmail account temporarily until you can get into Hotmail by the browser, save the page in your favorites and then re-install your Hotmail account in the email app.
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    Had to finally chime in on this whole "no msn" situation.

    I use imo.im through the browser. It is completely safe and has up to date certificates.

    Hope this helps. =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by neo_182 View Post
    Had to finally chime in on this whole "no msn" situation.

    I use imo.im through the browser. It is completely safe and has up to date certificates.

    Hope this helps. =)
    Does it work with google talk video? Or msn video?

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by neo_182 View Post
    Had to finally chime in on this whole "no msn" situation.

    I use imo.im through the browser. It is completely safe and has up to date certificates.

    Hope this helps. =)
    Thank you very much.
    That is by far the best solution to date and so much better than the pitiful way I was going about it.
    Perhaps a moderator could make a sticky with your info, so as to resolve the problem for all who are seeking the solution.
    Good job, neo. Thanks again.
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    you can use msn with the built in messaging app by using jabber transport services. I've posted a blog with detailed instructions:
    Using Windows Live Messenger in webOS (incl. Touchpad) futurepr0n
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