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Hello guys,

Im new in this website, i'd like to ask you a question.
I dont know if this is the right place for this question... but any way


How do i delete accounts that are saved in the adress box in messenger mac. alot of people used my lap top and when i want to sign in using my account i see their accounts saved in the box, how can i delete them. Can you help me?

Thanx

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Go to 'preferences', click on 'accounts' under 'system'. Highlight the account you want to delete and click on the minus (-) sign. Voila!

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Go to 'preferences', click on 'accounts' under 'system'. Highlight the account you want to delete and click on the minus (-) sign. Voila!

Oh, that's nice. Next time before you reply, try
- checking the date
- reading the original post carefully (remember, there is a slight difference between removing accounts on OS X and removing accounts on Mac Messenger :icon_rolleyes:)

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john a,
Is it not recommended that we answer persons posts over a certain length of time? maybe the original poster won't see it, but anyone searching will see the right answer. (assuming it is right of course)

Thanks,
Jason

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john a,
Is it not recommended that we answer persons posts over a certain length of time? maybe the original poster won't see it, but anyone searching will see the right answer. (assuming it is right of course)

Thanks,
Jason

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Thread bumping is technically allowed (although in the past it wasn't always that way here), but we try to discourage it. For example, in the Software Development forums we have the following thread: http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread78223.html

A shame you discourage discussion. Still, never mind; there are so many other forums (fora?) out there.

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