A new report from Microsoft and the Federal Trade Commission has found that while some messages are clearly better than others, there are times when the best choice is to use the latter.
In the report, Microsoft found that, in a survey conducted by Microsoft’s Customer Success Research Group, customers preferred messages from an IM service.
The result: a total of 83 percent of respondents preferred IM messages over messages sent through SMS, while 25 percent said they preferred both types of messages.
Microsoft’s survey also found that when customers were asked to choose between SMS and IM messages, the vast majority of respondents chose SMS.
The results were similar when it came to the question of whether a company should support IM, or whether it should avoid it altogether.
“The findings indicate that while most customers would prefer the convenience and privacy offered by IM over SMS, when asked to select the latter, most customers prefer to use IM for all messages,” the report says.
Microsoft says that IM can help speed up communication and reduce time spent on email.
But Microsoft also says that if you’re an average person who uses a phone for communication, it may be better to use your IM service instead.
“This study suggests that the most efficient way to use an IM messaging service is to set up a secure IM service account for your personal messaging.
This will help ensure that you receive all the important messages that you want and need,” the company says in the report.
Microsoft also recommends that you use your phone’s built-in IM messaging feature if possible.
The company notes that the feature is also available in some Windows phones, such as the Lumia 950 and 950 XL.
The report also recommends you use the same method when sending email.
“When you send a message through IM, your recipient will receive it as an IM reply to your message, so the recipient will not need to worry about the sender or recipient having access to your personal messages.
When you use an email service, you will not be able to read or respond to any messages that your recipient sends through the email service.
But you will still receive a message from your sender, and this will be the first time that the recipient has seen your message,” Microsoft explains.