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Wed Dec 19 06:57:17 CST 2001
>>>>> "Migs" == Migs Paraz <map at internet.org.ph> writes:
Migs> On Wed, Dec 19, 2001 at 11:04:22PM +1100, Jeremy Lunn wrote:
>> Just wondering how this compares to using ICQ through the AIM Transport?
>> The only problem with AIM Transport is that offline messages come from
>> the transport and there is no support for P2P messaging.
>> In the long term I would have thought there would have thought it'd be
>> easier to maintain if AIM and ICQ were the one codebase.
Migs> icqv7t uses libicq2000, currently part of the ickle GTK client.
Migs> The latest libicq2000 already does P2P, though icqv7t isn't linked against
Migs> that yet. I think that should be easy? It is definitely necessary since a
Migs> high volume Jabber server passing its messages through AOL's server won't
Migs> be appreciated...
yes, it's easy and p2p will be incorporated into ICQv7-t in a week.
and SMS as another one major feature of libicq2000 will be done as SMS subagent
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