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A box like this may appear unexpectedly on your screen if your computer has Windows Messenger Services enabled.

Messenger Service Box


Possible consequences of disabling Messenger Service

Messenger Service is sometimes used by system administrators to advertise system shutdowns or scheduled maintenance to all users on a domain or network segment. It can be used to pass messages to friends and co-workers. If you turn the service off, you will not get these messages. You may wish to check with your distributed IT provider before disabling Windows Messenger service so that you do not inadvertently disable a service that your department uses.


Midco2000 is continuously educating ourselves with the latest technologies, and will periodically upgrade our servers with new programs, updated software, or advise you of certain aspects of development that should be taken into consideration when having, maintaining or building on the web. Please check this page at least every thirty days to see if the have been web alerts or scheduled upgrades posted.

January 26, 2005: Server Upgrades...We have added new servers with advanced software, as well as upgraded our existing servers with the latest versions of software and utilities for our customers. If you have any questions on how to use these new programs and features, please contact us at your convenience.

January 20, 2004: Get the latest info on known viruses...Visit! [Norton Internet Security]


Annoying messages like the one shown at the bottom of this page are invading computer screens all over the world. These "messenger spam" ads can appear on your Windows computer screen without warning when you least expect it - like while writing an email or video-conferencing a client. They aren't part of an e-mail message; they just appear on your screen. If you have an Internet connection and are running Windows with its Messenger Service enabled, anyone in the world can make a message pop up on your computer any time, even if e-mail, chat, and your Web browser are closed.

By default, Microsoft Windows operating systems (98, ME, XP, 2000, NT) have Windows Messenger Service enabled. To eliminate messenger SPAM, simply disable the Messenger service. It can be turned back on any time. Note: no special software is required to get rid of messenger SPAM.

The ports normally used for transmitting Windows Messenger Service spam from the Midco Networks have been configured to block incoming traffic. You or your distributed IT provider may wish to use the Messenger Service for internal communications.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start->Control Panel
  2. For Category View only (skip this step for Classic View), click Performance and Maintenance
  3. Click Administrative Tools
  4. Double-click Services
  5. Scroll down and highlight "Messenger"
  6. Right-click the highlighted line and choose Properties
  7. Click the STOP button.
  8. Select Disabled or Manual on the Startup Type drop-down menu
  9. Click OK

Windows 2000

  1. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > 


  2. Scroll down and highlight "Messenger"
  3. Right-click the highlighted line and choose Properties.
  4. Click the STOP button.
  5. Select Disabled or Manual on the  Startup Type drop-down menu
  6. Click OK

Windows XP Home Edition

  1. Click Start->Control Panel
  2. Click Administrative Tools
  3. Click Component Services
  4. Double-click Services Local
  5. Double-click "Messenger" to bring up the options panel
  6. Right-click the highlighted line and choose Properties
  7. Click the STOP button
  8. Select Disabled or Manual on the Startup Type drop-down menu
  9. Click OK

Windows NT

  1. Click Start ->Control Panel
  2. Double-click Administrative Tools
  3. Select Services-> Double-click on Messenger
  4. In the Messenger Properties window, select Stop,
  5. Then choose Disable as the Startup Type
  6. Click OK

Windows 98 & ME Windows Messenger Service cannot be disabled

May 11, 2003 :The W32/fizzer@mm worm is spreading quickly. Learn more about this latest threat at

March 12, 2003 : Increased Refer-A-Friend Rate!
Refer a friend to Midco2000, and once they become a new customer for 60 days...YOU will receive $20.00 Automatically! Easy as that!
March 11, 2003 : Migrating address books from older to newer WebMail program

Pre-existing address books in WebMail will not automatically transfer to the new version. You will need to import the address book from the root level of the domain (this would be the level below your www directory, which you can see through the "File Manager" button on your control panel). The address book file will be named:


So, for example, if the old WebMail address book is for, the file would be called
To import this address book file into the new mail service, download it first to your local machine, or copy and paste it from the File Manager (in the CP) to a text file on your local box. Once you have the file, and are logged into the new Web Mail, click on the address book link in the new program, and then click on "import". Choose the 'Outlook' option, and then browse for that text file with the addresses. Once imported, be sure that the format is correct by sending an email to one of the addresses in your book.
That's it!
As Always, If you have any questions, or concerns about doing this, simply let me know and I can take care of it for you.

- Please make sure if your using the internet, that you have properly installed virus protection software running at all times.
- Please DO NOT open any mail with the subject lines:
a funny new game...
a brand new website...
KLEZ removal Tool...
Or any like subjects as these have been announced by Symantec to contain the malicious, as well as non-malicious files.

AOL users:
Please Note: The Webmail program relies on the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your local computer to determine if you should be granted access to use the Webmail program. If your Internet Service Provider (ISP) changes the IP address of your local computer during your session, this will result in an "IP has changed from 188.65...-189.64..." error, and you will be required to re-enter your login information. To avoid any lost work, after logging in again, it is safe to click the Back button on your Internet browser twice to return to the last page you viewed. If you are presented with the login screen instead of a confirmation message when attempting to make an update, you should login again and use the Back button on your Internet browser as described above to re-submit your updates. This error is ISP related, and we have no control over this error. DSL users should not experience this at any time as you are assigned a permanent IP for your account.

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