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MSN Messenger Window Help

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Is there any way to get the text that somebody has messaged you from MSN messenger window or any way of having auto-it get what they have sent?

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You can, if you do not have their window opened(by reading the so called "toast" window that pops up when they write..)

I don't know any other method I'm afraid, not without using a dll. :|

Or, you could use the old Windows Messenger, cus that uses "normal" controls, and can be read with the built-in autoit functions. :)

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What dll could u use to get the text? It doesn't bother me using a .dll file for it :)

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Well I don't know exactly, I just read some example in some c++ forum, that one could make a DLL, and inject it into the messenger processes and retrieve the text, etc. from that.

I don't remember what it was called or I was reading though. :|

Perhaps you could make your program read the logs from messenger, and notice new messages that way(could be made easier if you have msn messenger plus installed, because of the txt format it uses).

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Well I don't know exactly, I just read some example in some c++ forum, that one could make a DLL, and inject it into the messenger processes and retrieve the text, etc. from that.

I don't remember what it was called or I was reading though. :|

Perhaps you could make your program read the logs from messenger, and notice new messages that way(could be made easier if you have msn messenger plus installed, because of the txt format it uses).

Yea that was what I was thinking but wanted to see if there was another way to send without having to install something since everybody that wants to use my script has to install it but tyvm on all the help! :)

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Don't know much about dll but i'm using a ScreenCatcher to catch all message of my sister and it works fine...


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Don't know much about dll but i'm using a ScreenCatcher to catch all message of my sister and it works fine...

I think he wants his program to be able to parse the text too, not just saving an image of the screen..

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yes, i know that, just my post


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yes, i know that, just my post

Yea would like to parse it and have like remote control over msn to my program... Any way of doing this simpily? Any IM program that autoit can work with?

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As I said in my first post, Windows Messenger should work just fine. :)

It comes with windows xp(you probably need to download an update for it to make it work), and is fairly easy to automate.

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