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Hello. It's my first post and i don't know if this is the right forum to ask this. Does anyone know if there is a way that you can see in MSN messenger when you talk to a person, from what internet connection or what area has he logged in? I know that if you have a website you can see your visitors and from where they visited your website. Is this possible in MSN??
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not that i know of... msn has no connection tracking type of stuff...besides...even if it did..it would only track it as far as their ISP(and possibly would actually stop and your ISP) which isn't a reliable judge of location.
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Thanks. Knowing the ISP would do for me (it doesn't matter about the location). Does anyone know how can anyone track the ISP?
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it's not possible through msn messenger....you are correct that there are programs and scripts available for you to track this info when it's related to website access....but....through msn messenger...there is no method that will allow you to access this information
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Moving this to Applications forum - thanks.
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