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Recently when i sign into msn it takes ages to sign in.

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Few things may be the reason of that delay

first of all that msn is making repairs to their servers .
second there is something wrong with the messenger.
third you are using an old messenger.

so if it is the first reason then you can do nothing about it.

if it is second or third then just uninstall the messenger and try to install the newest version.

i hope that will help

if you need any further help please let me know

cheers

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