That's for the activity API, that won't do anything.
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"P. Di Stolfo" <PDiStolfo[ at ]discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> here's a thread about the Messenger API:
> and here is the general forum for Live Messenger development:
> Hope this could help.
> P. Di Stolfo
> "L. Berger" wrote:
>> Newbie question, I think. I am interested in using Live Messenger's
>> API. I would like people to be able to subscribe to my MSN Live
>> userid, and when they send a message to it, they should get a response
>> of a certain kind (automatically, but after I run their message from a
>> Perl script).
>> This is for a tech support gadget that we intend to put
>> on our site for ticketing -- if their message contains "Urgent" (or
>> our code for it) then the response should be different, and so forth.
>> I'd appreciate any pointers. Many thanks in advance!
>> Conan O' Brien gets it right!