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At school or work, I can't install MSN Messenger or it has been blocked from use. What can I do?

There are some web-based alternatives that don't require the installation of an MSN Messenger client. So as long as network administrators don't block these particular sites, you will be able to chat to your MSN contacts (although not with all the bells and whistles of the normal MSN Messenger):

NOTE IN ADVANCE: The sites below are all maintained by third party developers. Although most of them have been tested and have a decent reputation, it's up to you if you trust them with your e-mail and password. If you decide not to, then I suggest you use the official MSN Web Messenger.

Using DHTML you can signon to MSN, AIM, Yahoo, ICQ all in the same browser window. The BEST web-based messenger service.
> Visit Meeboo

MSN Messenger client to be created in the form of a Java applet. It's not another HTML/JavaScript hybrid, but a true Java applet that works equally on any Java-enabled browser. That means no page-refreshing whenever a user changes status, no JavaScript kludges, and no DHTML glitches and artifacts.
> Visit MSN2Go


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