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MSN Online Kontrol ..2.link ..3.link ve Msn den sizi Kimler eklemedi veya Sildi tespit için tıklayın veya buradan Mail adresleriniz renkli kutucuklar içerisinde olsun istermisiniz.. tıklayın

Aşağıdaki kutucuğa kontrol edeceğiniz mail adresini yazın ve kontrol tuşuna basın.Enter any MSN Messenger account e-mail in the field below and press the "Check" button to find out if that person is online or offline. The butterfly image should change to one of the below status icons. If it shows the online icon and you've added the person to your contacts but he or she ISN'T listed as online, be sure you're being blocked by him or her!

The offline icon doesn't always mean the person is *really* offline.That's because there's is a option in MSN Messenger (Tools > Options > Privacy > My block list) to block anyone that was not added to yet, including this block checker.
Status icons are as fallows: Online(Açık) =    Offline(Kapalı) =   Unknown (Tespit Edilemedi) =

Some users may run into problems that require certain files, such as mscomctl.ocx. In this case I have provided this file for download. Just save it and read the 'ReadMe.txt' file for instructions on installation. mscomctl.zip

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Msn block checker (MSN Kontrol için Diğer Yöntemler)


Aşağıda bu iş için 3 yöntem anlatılmıştır.

#1. Triople, the MSN Block Checker

Triople is a script by Daniel and UnderDOC that checks if a specific MSN Messenger user is online or offline. It does not return all the users blocking the entered account. One of its strengths (in comparison to any other block checker) is that Triople can bypass MSN Messenger's Privacy setting to block 'all other users'.>> Bu yöntemi kullanmak için tıklayın..Use Triople MSN Block Checker.

#2. The Alien Passport Technique

No shocker, this do-it-yourself one, as most of you will already have thought about this before, but here we go:

1) Create a new Hotmail Passport with a user name that has no relation to you whatsoever (tip: use a foreign name from the other gender).
2) Download a polygamy patch for your version of MSN Messenger.
3) Start a second MSN Messenger client after applying the patch and log-in using your fresh and clean MSN Passport.
4) Choose "Send an instant message" from the Actions (or Extra) menu and instead of selecting somebody from your Contact List (which should be blank with your new account), fill in the email address of the person you suspect of blocking you.
5) Send him a message like: "Hi, are you the person who mailed me earlier about my site?" or something completely else (whatever might get him/her to react). 
6) If this person replies while being offline on your other account... somebody doesn't really like you ;)

NOTE: This technique fails when the suspected blocker has chosen the default privacy setting to "Block All Others" (= users not added to the contact list).

#3 The IP-Scan Method

Contributed by inspiron2002

1) Find the IP of the suspected blocker
2) Scan the IP for the MSN PORT (1963)
3) If there's none, the person is disconnected from the Internet.

Conclusion: Using Triople, the easiest and most reliable MSN Block Checker!

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