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Windows 7: Microsoft Kills Messenger Connect Feature that Lets Users Chat Without

12 Feb 2011   #1
JMH

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Microsoft Kills Messenger Connect Feature that Lets Users Chat Without

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Microsoft Kills Messenger Connect Feature that Lets Users Chat Without Being IM Contacts


Application Contacts in Messenger Connect has another six months to live, and then it will be heading to an early grave.

Microsoft announced that it will be deprecating the Application Contacts feature this year, leaving Messenger Connect customers that are relying on the functionality enough time to search for alternatives.
Microsoft Kills Messenger Connect Feature that Lets Users Chat Without Being IM Contacts - Softpedia


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