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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 5/5
Section - - How can I contact Microsoft?

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 Microsoft has stopped developing MS-DOS and most of the programming
 information they now provide is focused more on Windows development
 instead of MS-DOS programming.

 In ther past, individual employees of Microsoft (not MicroSoft, please!)
 have posted here. Their addresses all take the form
 person@microsoft.com. However, Microsoft as a company does not answer
 individual questions via email through the Internet.

 On the Web:

 Microsoft's Web server <http://www.microsoft.com> contains information
 on their products and allows users to search the Microsoft Knowledge
 Base.

 Via ftp:

 Microsoft's anonymous FTP server <ftp://ftp.microsoft.com> offers a
 variety of information for developers. This ftp server is run using
 Windows NT, so it supports both UNIX- like and DOS-like path names. For
 example \SOFTLIB\INDEX.TXT and /SOFTLIB/INDEX.TXT are both valid.
 Filenames are not case sensitive.

 Informarion related to MS-DOS can be found in the /SOFTLIB directory and
 the /PEROPSYS directory.

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