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How 2 Chk In 'history' For Cookies And Hotmail/msn

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#1 OrangeButterCat


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Posted 05 January 2007 - 09:10 AM

Hi there. I've got a laptop and need to know how to obtain as much of the history from it as possible - going back approx 1 year. I know how to check the History but I am only able to view the last 3 weeks.

Basically, my husband has been on MSN/Hotmail etc arranging to meet up with other women (we've only been married since Nov 2006) and so I want to try and find out as much as possible - to help my cause for the divorce papers.


Thanks so much, in advance.

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#2 fozzie


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Posted 05 January 2007 - 09:30 AM

Hi Orangebuttercat welcome to BC how unfortunate the reason for joining may be. If you have MSN Messenger you go under extra options, you can see whether he has ticked the box for storing his conversations history. Normally it would be under C:/Documents and settings/[account name]/My documents/Chathistory or conversations history. That is the only legal way. I assume you have access to his hotmail account?

Which browser does your husband uses?Internet Explorer?

Edited by fozzie, 05 January 2007 - 09:44 AM.

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