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MS Messenger problem
  Posted by  Senol Kural  on Friday, April 25, 2003 at 9:49:32 AM (EST)
Do you have any idea about Ms Messenger settings.
I am still usin Icg, e-mail, proxy vs...
But Ms Messenger didn't work.
Thanks for interesting.
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Monday, April 28, 2003 at 10:52:19 AM (EST)
From Microsoft:

What do I do if my firewall supports SOCKS 5?

You must make sure the appropriate ports specified above are enabled. If your proxy server supports SOCKS 5, you must tell your end users to check I use a proxy server on the Connection tab of the Options dialog box in MSN Messenger Service (Tools/Options). In addition, they need to know the IP address or name of the proxy server, as well as the port number, which they enter in the Server and Port fields respectively. Macintosh users find these settings on the Connections tab of the Preferences dialog box (Edit/Preferences).

MSN Messenger Service supports username/password authentication for SOCKS version 5 (see RFC# 1929 for more details). If authentication is not required, the end user can leave the User name and Password fields empty on the Connection tab. If the Domain Name System (DNS) is not available on your local area network, then your proxy server must have access to DNS.
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