just did merge, login with microsoft account, same shxt -- NO msn contacts seen in skype
fortunately i can still login msn messenger as in the past, otherwise you guys would be deeper shxt than you already in now
"Currently only a subset of Microsoft Account users on Skype are affected by this" <---- ONLY a SUBSET? r u trying to kid 12 year olds? Myself with most of my friends who tried doing the merge are still unable to view our MSN contacts in SKYPE.... yea yea.. we r probably the "minority"
I have the same problem here. This need to be fixed as soon as possible, and it seems like a lot of people have this issue. When do we get more information about this regard? You are aware of the problem, yet still no answer has come up in two weeks? Have you just decided that it's okay to have tons of people losing thier contacts, or are you actually doing anything?
06-12-2012 11:19 - edited 06-12-2012 11:20
Updated to Skype from Messenger, facing same problems as the rest, messenger contacts never showed up in Skype even after using windows Live ID to log in. Furthermore, after updating my messenger was uninstalled.
Found a good solution for all this >>>> Reinstalled Messenger, Uninstalled Skype.
My problem is that I CANNOT sign in to Skype with my Microsoft Account though they are correctly merged [Microsoft account Connected] as I can see from my Skype profile!!!!
When I choose "sign in with Microsoft account", my user and password are correctly recognized, but I cannot log in: Skype asks me also Skype name and password for my Skype account!!!
Yesterday i also lost all MSN contacts, many business parners so today i cant work from home, this is unacceptable, never had any problem with this issue with MSN live, tried to start MSN live this morning and all i got was that Windows Live Messanger has stopped working? What the hell is going on, have tryed all solutions here in this community and even a earlier recover spot on my computer, but nothing. So today i cant work, thanks for my free day to earn no money skype/msn.
It is clear that this issue affects a subset of our users but our investigation is ongoing to find the root cause.
We will keep you updated on the solution to this issue and apologize for any inconvenience it has caused.