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Old 19-04-2006
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Where are emoticons saved?

I have a Windows XP running desktop at home which is also used by my younger brother. We both use MSN Messenger. Now there few friends of my brother who use to send emoticons to him and he use to save them on computer.

I want to check those emoticons. Hence somebody please tell where does XP saves the emoticons received in MSN Messenger? Thank you.

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Old 20-04-2006
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Re: Where are emoticons saved?

What exactly you want to do with them? I mean do you want to backup? If yes, then you can use this tool for the same.http://www.baisoft.it/msnbackup_english.asp

By the way the emoticons received in MSN are saved at the following locations:
C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\Microsoft\MSN Messenger\anumber\CustomEmoticons.

This the default location depending on your user account. Hence you will need to change the username with your Windows username and anumber is an integer representation of the Passport e-mail address. Hope it helps.
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