I did the experiment with Live Messenger 2009. I had someone CONTACT in my list. deleted CONTACT. but I left them in my ALLOW list. They got no notification of visibility that I had done anything. In this state, that deleted contact still has full visibility of my online busy away available status. but I have no visibility of their online status.
after I did that delete experiment, I did the ADD CONTACT in messenger, the contact is now in my list, the other person got no notification of me deleting/ adding them. One side effect is that I have no view of their online status now... it seems like the other person has to exit and restart Messenger maybe to reactivate my visibility of their activity.
this happened because my girlfriend and I were taking too much time messaging at work- I deleted the contact so I didn't see her come and go. I guess it was a problem for her- we haven't communicated since! I tried the experiment with another friend in messenger to prove the behavior that I noted with deleting. So now my girlfriend I believe can see my activity but I cannot see hers! I could BLOCK her as a CONTACT and hat would prevent her seeing me but I don't really want to.
the states and relationships are all tracked in the Microsoft messenger online environment; it's not 'in your computer'; logging in somewhere results in basically the same behavior and contact status.
No as far as I have done it and it didn't work it said that the files aren't reconised. Sorry you'll have to find some other way. Good Luck :)
To resolve the problem, some steps need to be taken to modify the registry .Here is the related link for guidance, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/266668 Also try to download a good registry repair software, that may help. 1.Tuneup utilities 2008 2.ccleaner. 3.Registry Mechanic
I think this might be in reference to other countries (primarily the United Kingdom) that releases multiple versions of the same single to boost sales and chart positions. For instance, any record label could release four B-sides on one CD and give the fans a great value, but they eventually caught onto this certain glitch that they could possibly split up those B-sides (many singles dropped from five songs to four songs to the very common two or three songs that we know today). This created the CD1 and CD2 philosophy. Your average dedicated fan will see both discs and feel the need to get both of them to complete their collection. For the record companies, that means double the profits and double the units sold (therefore creating an inflated number of fans of one particular song). For the stray folks who may just be getting into the band, they might opt for a single that has another song they know (possibly as a live, acoustic, or remix version) as a B-side. Often a label will put a sticker on the packaging denoting a different track that Customer X might like. These are the people that aren't the guaranteed 1/2 combo, so if they can get them to buy one for thinking they like two of the songs on the disc, at least they can get one more unit sold. It's an awful business!
Afternoon Easiest way is to just use text boxes rather than putting it directly into the text. This way you can put addresses side by side. Cheers