NetMeeting was an application program from Microsoft for Internet telephony, web conferencing, video con ferencing and chatting.
NetMeeting supports point-to-point connections between two participants and multipoint connections between multiple participants. The program was formerly part of several Windows operating systems, such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP, and of earlier Internet Explorers, but was later replaced by MSN Messenger, by Instant Messaging, Office Live Meeting and Windows Meeting Space.
NetMeeting could be used in voice and video communication, it supported text-based chats, data transfer and desktop sharing with other computers. In addition, multiple participants could access a whiteboard simultaneously and edit graphics at the same time.