SPeedY_B said:There are many web-based MSN clients, I believe e-msn is the most popular.
Although, I would highly recommend against it. Your network admins have blocked the use of things such as MSN for a reason.
Actually, sounds like you got an admin(s) that knows what there doing .. blocking ppl from running apps they aren't suppose to and protecting systems from nice viruses ppl would surely infect the systems w/.ewokuk said:yes theyve blocked it because they are useless morons.
so basically its restricted because they dont have a clue so have disabled absolutely everything.
just tried that and it keeps saying unknown host client.msn2go.com when i try to connect with it. either its down at the moment or its not going to work at all from here, it worked from home yesterday.TittleBitties said: