On July 22, 1999, Microsoft released the successor for NetMeeting, MSN Messenger 1.0. Let’s turn the wheel of time exactly 10 years back. What might we see? Take a look at this photo album. View Full Album
Am 22. Juli 1999 veröffentlichte Microsoft den Nachfolger für NetMeeting, MSN Messenger 1.0. Lass uns das Rad der Zeit um genau 10 Jahre zurückdrehen. Was könnten wir sehen? Seht euch dieses Fotoalbum an. Ganzes Album anzeigen
Are you using Windows Live Messenger in a corporate intranet, and experiencing the error code 80072ef3 when trying to sign in? Changed port configurations in Messenger 2009 cause this error to happen, and you will have to bypass your corporate proxy for the Messenger servers.
A lot of connection problems of all kinds will raise if you are using a firewall that does not allow Windows Live Messenger to connect to the MSN servers. Here are some key tips on which communication needs to be allowed and white-listed so that Messenger can sign in properly.
This is the first interview in the Windows Live and You summer edition. I’m sure that my conversation with Frans-Willem Hardijzer, who developed the Messenger add-on StuffPlug, and is also known as “The Blasphemer”, will be especially interesting for you. mynetx: I find it great that you got some minutes
The Windows Live team has announced the end of life for MSN Web Messenger. Since Windows Live now supports instant messaging integrated into both Hotmail and People, there is no need to maintain 2 web messengers at the same time. Additionally, site owners are free to get their own web
What’s the site where you get Windows Live news first? — Probably your answer is “LiveSide”, and that has its reason. I had an interesting discussion with Kip Kniskern, who is one of the authors at LiveSide.net. mynetx: Please tell me a bit about yourself. Is your life directly or
Another great member of the Messenger community, who has been there for quite long, is Dane. Are you interested in his ideas for Windows Live? Let’s see. mynetx: Nice that you got some minutes to talk about Windows Live and You. To get started, please describe yourself and your connection
This time I spoke with a member of the Windows Live Community about his thoughts and ideas. Many of you might know Jonathan Kay as a helpful Messenger expert. mynetx: Nice to see you! Windows Live and You—that includes some personal questions as well. You could start with describing yourself
If you are running Messenger quite frequently, perhaps even permanently, the rather big Messenger icon in the “normal” taskbar might get into your way rather quickly. How would it be to force Messenger to act like in previous versions of Windows—that is, to “minimize to tray”? Here is how you can.