Cannot sign in to MSN "you signed on from another location"

Jared Cone jared.cone at gmail.com
Thu Mar 31 16:36:46 EDT 2011


Yes I actually changed the password. I doubt it's really signed in from
somewhere else because nobody sees me as online.

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 1:27 PM, ChO₂ <chemistrydioxide at quantentunnel.de>wrote:

> I can't believe that Pidgin is wrong about this. I rather think that
> another client might in fact be signing in to your account. This might
> be a spammer who has obtained your login credentials using a virus on
> your computer or through phishing. Please make sure that your machine is
> clean and that noone but you knows your password. (You wrote that you
> tried to reset your password. Did you actually change it?)
>
> Cheers,
> ChO2
>
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> Von: Jared Cone <jared.cone at gmail.com>
> An: support at pidgin.im
> Betreff: Cannot sign in to MSN "you signed on from another location"
> Datum: Thu, 31 Mar 2011 12:24:07 -0700
>
> I'm unable to sign in to MSN on Pidgin. I just get a message at the
> bottom "1 account was disabled because you signed on from another
> location".
>
>
> - Version 2.6.6
> - I've tried rebooting.
> - I am not signed on from another location, all of my coworkers see me
> as offline.
> - I've tried resetting my password to something different.
> - I can sign in from the Windows Live site, so it isn't a
> username/password problem.
>
>
> Thanks for any help,
> - Jared
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