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Old June 28th, 2005, 03:31 PM
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There is no need to get ugly here, or start calling names. I try to help you by explaining the basic rules of this forum. You'll find out that if you stick to them, you get better help quicker.

If that's not what you're after and you don't appreciate help, I think you have chosen the wrong forum....

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Old June 28th, 2005, 03:40 PM
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hey are u a moderator for this forum. if not don't try to be one. else man just let it go....

 
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Please do not be rude or abusive toward Imar, any other moderator, or any other member of these forums. Possibly you are misunderstanding the purpose of the forums and the role of the moderators. The forums are here for Wrox readers and other programmers to help each other. A small handful of the moderators (like myself) are Wrox employees but we depend on the far greater number of volunteers including Imar and even greater number of readers and participants to answer each other's questions. Any rudeness or abusiveness toward people trying to help you will discourage anyone else from trying to answer your questions.

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Old June 28th, 2005, 03:54 PM
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okay chill man!

 
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 ...And u call urself an advanced member. get busy. chao!

While I know from personal experience that Imar is an advanced developer, being an "advanced member" by this forum's standards (that is, the Snitz Forum application) simply means that one has posted a lot. This does usually mean that one has answered many questions and therefore has advanced skills and knowledge.

Good luck finding a solution. I have never worked with MSMQ, so this moderator can't help you.

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thanks for the suggestion.

 
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have u any idea from ur expertise that is a possible solution to this problem.

 
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can u suggest any possicle solutions to this problem from your expertise. Peter. (:>)

 
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While I have never worked with MSMQ (as earlier stated) I don't get the impression that it is something that works over public IP boundaries. It seems like the kind of thing that would be used within a LAN/WAN network infrastructure.

If I were building an instant messenger application, I'd probably tend to stay away from that type of limitation unless you're only going to use it within those logical boundaries. Presumably, if you knew that the destination messenger app was unavailable you could dump the message to some data store. Then when a user logs in to the messenger you could retrieve any stored messages.

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still thinking about it.






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