Does anyone know any good links or sites which give you access to msn?
Topic: Case study website examples
July 20, 2019 / By Gawain Question:
i'm having trouble logging on to msn directly so i'm using sites which have msn or yahoo or aol on them and you can acess them from there most people know them or use them because they are not allowed to use it at school or at work and it goes undetected becasue it's under another name.
an example of a site that i already know would be
if you know any sites just like the one listed above it would really be helpful
... it was an example to say schools... and i agree school is for studying and i don't really want my teachers reading my msn convos and who really has the time
and in case you didn't know i was asking becasue it doesn't work on my HOME COMPUTER .... and does it really matter why i'm asking a question thats not why i asked for help .... next time stick to what your suppose to do.
Best Answers: Does anyone know any good links or sites which give you access to msn?
Dewayne | 3 days ago
The best website is www.meebo.com. It lets you make an account so you can access all instant messengers at once. Its what I use at school.
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