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block live messenger on the network

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in a school project i have a Debian firewall (iptables/shorewall) to protect the network. everything is working fine, but i can't block live messenger. i have tried to block all ports and urls like microsoft tells (http://support.micro...kb/927847/en-us) but live messenger can still connect to the internet.

can someone tell me what i'm missing or is there a easier manner to block live messenger on a firewall?
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