Monthly Archives: April 2005

PC Magazine review MSN Messenger 7.0

I think they liked it.  The editors gave it 4 out of 5 stars. Quote: You thought Version 6.0 was impressive? Wait till you see 7.0. The latest incarnation of MSN Messenger, Microsoft’s answer to AOL’s AIM client, delivers improved … Continue reading

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Deploying MSN Messenger with SMS

Warning – this is a long post. Last month Deepa and I worked on a document that describes how to deploy MSN Messenger with SMS.  Since there isn’t a technet site for MSN, there isn’t really a good way to … Continue reading

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Brady on Shared Search

Brady, a PM from the Search team, blogs about Shared Search in MSN Messenger 7.  Nicole was the Messenger PM working on Shared Search.  

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The new Spaces statistics page.

Mike Torres has a nice post up explaining the new Spaces statistics page: With some changes to the way Spaces statistics work, you may be wondering "what happened to the ability to see the search terms people used to find my … Continue reading

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6.2.0208 vs 6.2.0205

CanadianHawk asked: Hey Jeff, Is the 6.2.0208 build a required update for version 6 like build 205 was? The answer to that is "no".  Right now, 6.2.0208 isn’t a mandatory upgrade.  

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Security update for MSN Messenger 6.2.

We have released a security update for MSN Messenger 6.2.  If you’re running 6.2 I strongly encourage you to get the latest version.    

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Talking about Redmond | News: MBSA Supplement Tool to Help Enterprises Catch MSN Messenger Flaw

Quote Redmond | News: MBSA Supplement Tool to Help Enterprises Catch MSN Messenger Flaw Excellent news for the large organizations out there (and possibly medium sized orgs as well).  We have released an update to the Enterprise Update Scan Tool that … Continue reading

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