Monday, November 20, 2006


Windows Live Messenger

  • Monday, November 20, 2006
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    Microsoft currently offers two similar messaging clients: MSN Messenger 6.0, which is aimed at home users, and Windows Messenger 5.0, which is geared toward enterprise users. This distinction, however, is quite confusing. Microsoft claims that the big difference between the two IM clients is that Windows Messenger supports connectivity with Microsoft Exchange IM servers and IM servers that use SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). But while MSN Messenger is, in theory, designed for the general consumer, we found it a more flexible business solution than Windows Messenger. Unfortunately, the video latency is excessive for serious use.

    2 Responses to “Windows Live Messenger”

    Anonymous said...
    10:16 AM

    Perfect Blog...

    Anonymous said...
    11:07 AM

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