bug in messenger nudge

Discussion in 'Windows MSN Messenger' started by russel, May 16, 2005.

  1. russel

    russel Guest

    Here are the details of a bug I am trying to report.
    note that Messengers feedback tool doesn't let me report
    bugs. I tried using this feedback form:
    http://support.msn.com/contactus_emailsupport.aspx?pk=messenger&ct=eformfree
    but get an error when positing it (Request could not be
    completed Error code 31001)

    Anyway here is the error:
    Sender running messenger build 7.0.0813 on winxp home.
    When the sender sets their status to 'busy' they are able
    to send unlimited nudges in succession with no complaints
    from messenger, harassing the receiver... this does not
    occur when their status is set to 'online' (where nudges
    become limited as they should).
    Note that this is an issue because you can still chat with
    people when your status is 'busy'...

    thanks,


    russel
     
    russel, May 16, 2005
    #1
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  2. Greetings Russell,

    This is a known issue.

    All posts unless otherwise specified are (c) 2005 Jonathan Kay.
    You *must* contact me for redistribution rights.

    Here are the details of a bug I am trying to report.
    note that Messengers feedback tool doesn't let me report
    bugs. I tried using this feedback form:
    http://support.msn.com/contactus_emailsupport.aspx?pk=messenger&ct=eformfree
    but get an error when positing it (Request could not be
    completed Error code 31001)

    Anyway here is the error:
    Sender running messenger build 7.0.0813 on winxp home.
    When the sender sets their status to 'busy' they are able
    to send unlimited nudges in succession with no complaints
    from messenger, harassing the receiver... this does not
    occur when their status is set to 'online' (where nudges
    become limited as they should).
    Note that this is an issue because you can still chat with
    people when your status is 'busy'...

    thanks,


    russel
     
    Jonathan Kay [MVP], May 16, 2005
    #2
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