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Have 300 contact? Now MSN Messenger can accomodate them..

MSN Messenger has updated its limit of 150 contacts in the messenger contacts to 300.
This is great as now you can keep everyone who you wanted to talk to in your contact list and ping them when you want to... my advice is to use the grouping feature in the MSN Messenger to categorise your friends..
I did a quick search to find out how many contacts in the contact list does Yahoo support and couldn't find it on the Yahoo Messenger page! Anyone has information?
There is one cool thing i discovered about MSN Messenger over Yahoo:
MSN Supports multiple language chat (e.g. hindi) but yahoo doesn't.. Points to bad application design by Yahoo Messenger!
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Community Interaction Hour

Community is paramount to Microsoft as a company and as a technology. Community is the reason why Microsoft is able to build better products that are more developer friendly and tuned to customer needs..
To listen to community feedback and act on it, we are launching "Community Interaction Hour".. this is basically an hour (or more as needed) every month when the community team will be available online to chat with community members. The chat is focussed on discussing and sharing our experiences in the community and help each other grow. The chats will be conducted once a month on 2nd Tuesday of every month (i.e. 12 April, 10 May, 14 June, 12 July..) from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM... If the question is why only once a month - We are starting with once a month for now. If community wants more such chats we will increase the frequency as well..
to participate you just need to point your browser to: www.microsoft.com/india/communities/chat/chatroom.aspx and start chatting... (you will n…

VSTS team architect slides/demos

VSTS team architect slides/demos

New RTC products Realeased from MS

Three new updates from RTC (Real Time Communication) Team:
Live Communications Server 2005 SP1: Server used to provide enterprise IM and presence management.The service pack includes support for Communicator, enhanced “spim” (spam over Instant Messaging) controls, and enterprise-grade connectivity from to the MSN®, AOL and Yahoo! public IM networks. Live Communications Server provides Enterprise Instant Messaging (EIM) and an enterprise wide presence engine.Live Meeting 2005: Server used to host presentations and other shared meetings.Live Office Comunicator 2005: A new product that is client to the Live Communications Server 2005 and also has capability to make VoIP calls.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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I have moved to Microsoft Gurgaon Office on March 7th 2005. My first chuckle - "I'm Missing Bangalore"..
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A City lit and seen from 35000 ft from the ground
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Icy Landscape II
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Icy Landscape from up above
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Clouds Part II
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Above the clouds
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Jeju Airport
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MVPs at the BDOTNET Bash 2005 (see the cool dude from Mumbai?)
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the sweat and toil behind the BDOTNET BASH 2005...
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Let the BASH Begin!
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Moments from the BDOTNET Bash 2005