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scraptooth

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Help Please: Does anyone know how to use Windows Messenger to share out a video session? I have 1 cam at company. I would like that to be used so a remote user can watch - remote user doesn't have cam - I think this is the problem. I am having trouble sharing the cam. Almost looks like the remote user needs a cam to to complete this connection. When I try to pass out the cam, the session ends, the remote user can't connect. It's not the cam Logitech-this is working. IT is something w/ Messenger or the remote user not having a cam.
I use Windows Messenger no MSN Messenger. Thanks for any help.
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Scraptooth, I'm not positive but I think in order for the webcam to work with Messenger, you have to have Version 6.2 or higher. The other party doesn't need a web cam to view yours, they just have to have Version 6.2 . .........Diamond Jim
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