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The most common way is for the recipient of your messages to share them with someone else.    They might, of course, deny that's what they've done, but, on the principle that the simplest explanation of the available data is, in general, to be preferred, that's the explanation that would first occur to me unless I had compelling reasons not to think it were the case.

Otherwise, I'd suspect that someone -- a relative or roommate, perhaps -- had gained access to your or the other person's computer and looked at the chatlogs.

Or, at a pinch, I'd suspect a keylogger of some sort, since I know they exist and how they work, while I've never heard of a way to hack IMs, at least not if both parties are using any legitimate viewer.

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