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September 15th, 2007
Windows Live Messenger IM Control

Windows Live is working on a new feature of Windows Live Messenger dubbed as “Messenger IM Control”. At Mix UK, ScottIsAFul from liveside.net managed to get the first look of this new feature from Danny Thorpe and Angus Logan who are both very much involved with the Windows Live Platform. Here is a link of ScottIsAFull’s Interview with Danny Thorpe and Angus Logan.

According to Liveside.net,

Users of the Web2Messenger service will already be familiar with the concept of this, as basically it means you can set up your account to allow anonymous messages from the web, which people would send to you from a “Messenger window” on your website/blog.

When the feature becomes available, you would go to the settings page on the net for it and select that you would like to enable this feature, you can then create the html that will go on your website/blog. This will allow people to see when you’re online and allow them to then start up a conversation with you.

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