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Windows 7: Where is the best place to yell at the MSN developers?

10 Dec 2011   #1
tryptych

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 
Where is the best place to yell at the MSN developers?

I can't find a better forum, so I have a simple question....


I keep getting messages from people that are not on my contact list and show as "offline". And thanks to the jackasses that develop MSN, there is no SIMPLE & LOGICAL way to block them. Am I missing something? Where is my nice and simple right click and ignore? Where is my option to ignore messages from people who aren't friends? Where is my option to ignore messages from people who show as "offline"?

Thanks guys


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11 Dec 2011   #2
WebMattR

W7 Professional x64
 
 

Open Windows Live Messenger. Hit "alt."
Click Tools.
Options.
Privacy.
Edit Settings.
Click the "Private" radio button.

After that it's up to you to right click on the name of people still troubling you and press "delete."

They appear offline, by the way, because they choose to. It's an option you can set as well.
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