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#1 hockeyrick


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Posted 20 November 2008 - 09:51 AM

Ok, I have looked but not found, maybe I missed it!

I have a dual os pc, just installed XP on another partition and installed messenger live.
How can I transfer all my cool custom emoticons to the new install?

Why can't Live messenger have something like sycronization that can do this for all live places? Like Firefox does for its bookmarks and passwords for any Firefox install?

Does someone have a clue???

Thanx for the info, and I am a rookie so hope the info is very easy to understand and do!

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Posted 22 November 2008 - 10:17 PM

A quick google of what you want to do, turns up numerous references to this site: http://www.baisoft.it/msnbackup_english.asp
It is freeware, however the screen shot and the rest of the site are in Italian. So I don't know if the application has multiple language support or not.

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