Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Microsoft shutting off access to live messenger Instant Messaging

Microsoft shuts of the live messenger access to countries embargoed by the US. The list of countries got affected by the ban is Syria, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Cuba. When the people of those countries try to log on they reportedly got the error message as “810003c1: We are unable to sign you into the .NET Messenger Service”. According to the sanctions provided by US office of Foreign Assets Control, Microsoft has discontinued the instant messaging services.
Users where much angry on Microsoft’s windows live and Hotmail services that got a problem which left users suffer without an Inbox. Microsoft made a statement about the problem that “we encountered a problem while doing routine maintenance”.

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