Talk:Microsoft InterConnect

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No expertise[edit]

Unfortunately I donot have any expertise in this program, if anyone does could they improve on this

  • It looks like it could use a little cleanup. The article reads as if it was ran through a babelfish, not to mention some blemmishes in the formating ~~ 4.225.184.239 01:55, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
  • Actually it was may be if you get the jist of it it will help. It's from japanese Wiki

Removed parts[edit]


The Microsoft postcard studio is said to be similar.[verification needed] As for Microsoft for the advertising InterConnect, omitting inter- connecting, [inko] it is possible to handle the card which it is essential to exchanging with respect to the business which has the fact that you advertise electronically. In addition, because the card information which was offered from plural card informations and the other user can be managed, the generally known “electronic card exchange” is possible. Private information of the individual and the other user is included in the electronic card, in regard to private information. Because of this, when (you use with especially corporate body,) in 2005 was enforced the management which the private information which is based on private information protective law is thorough becomes necessary.


Mostly hard to understand, will try to cleanup and put in what works... RN 06:57, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

Digital Business Card...That's All It Does?[edit]

I have Palm Desktop 4.1.4, and a Palm Vx, I have a digital business card present in both (as they are extensions of each other). So there has to be alot more to MS InterConnect than just a business card. - MSTCrow 19:05, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Microsoft InterConnect 2004 screenshot.png[edit]

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BetacommandBot (talk) 16:14, 8 March 2008 (UTC)

India or Japan[edit]

Is it made by MS India or MS Japan? I changed it to Japan as that's what it says in the article and the InterConnect website is in Japanese, but I'm not sure. JackWilfred (talk) 15:39, 26 February 2013 (UTC)