OK, if you're comfortable with Terminal, do the following command
(Terminal is in /Applications/Utilities):
defaults write Fire MSNProtocolLogging 1
Then start up Fire and try logging in. It will start logging all the
information which is sent and received to the Fire console. You can
send this to me and we'll take a look and see what might be the
problem. I know that others have complained about non-hotmail MSN
accounts having trouble.
Note that the logging will include your buddy list. It should not
include your password. Any personal information present will not be
saved on our computers and will only be used to help understand the
Also note that we may not be able to get back to you immediately... I
know I have lots of holiday activities planned and I'm sure the other
Fire developers do too.
On Dec 23, 2004, at 4:05 PM, Chad Pysden wrote:
> I disabled mail alerts and tried it, Nothing had changed.
> I'm not sure how this "MSN protocol debugging" works, but I'm willing
> to try
> it. Fire is a much better application than MSN 4.0.1.
> Chad Pysden
> On 12/23/04 12:34 PM, "Jason Townsend" <townsend@...> wrote:
>> On Dec 18, 2004, at 5:44 PM, Chad Pysden wrote:
>>> When I connect to MSN, I use a passport that isn't @Hotmail.com. I'm
>>> sure if this will change anything, But I can only stay connected for
>>> about 2
>> Have you tried disabling mail notifications for that account? Some
>> users have claimed that this made a difference. If not, we may want to
>> get you to turn on MSN protocol debugging to see what is going wrong.