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NetMeeting

One of the early collaboration and conferencing programs introduced in 1996 by Microsoft and retired in late 2003 by the company. NetMeeting was bundled as part of Windows and included point-to-point telephony and video calling capability over the Internet as well as multipoint whiteboard and application sharing.

The advent of instant messaging (IM) and other alternatives for online, real-time communication contributed to its demise. Microsoft announced a replacement online meeting service called Office Live Meeting, formerly from PlaceWare, a company Microsoft acquired in 2003. See ULS server.
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The deaf and hard-of-hearing are able to conveniently place video relay calls to anyone through either the Sorenson VP-100 videophone appliance connected to a TV, or a personal computer equipped with a Web camera and Sorenson EnVision SL video relay software or Microsoft NetMeeting.
Deaf and hard of hearing individuals are able to conveniently place video relay calls to anyone through either the Sorenson VP-100 videophone or Sorenson EnVision SL, or Microsoft NetMeeting video relay software.
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In partnership with Gallaudet University Interpreting Services, the deaf and hard of hearing are able to conveniently place video relay calls to anyone through the Sorenson VP-100 videophone, Sorenson EnVision SL video relay software, or Microsoft NetMeeting.
In partnership with Gallaudet University Interpreting Service, the deaf and hard of hearing are able to conveniently place video relay calls to anyone through the Sorenson VP-100 videophone, Sorenson EnVision SL video relay software or Microsoft NetMeeting.
Jabber Messenger also integrates with Microsoft NetMeeting so that users can detect each other's presence and launch real-time collaborative applications such as white-boarding, audio and videoconferencing, application sharing and remote desktop sharing.
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Powerful 7kHz full duplex wideband audio and 30 fps near broadcast video resolution -- Integrated Microsoft NetMeeting data collaboration -- Investment protection through compliance with ISDN and IP conference standards -- Simple installation on any standard Intel(TM) Pentium II PC -- Easy to use standard Windows interface -- High-quality audio and video, even at lower bandwidths -- Minimal system requirements - ensuring that both large and small organizations can implement without the requirement to upgrade or add new PCs -- Multiple language support including English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese, and Chinese on a single CD - ideal for global organizations