[JDEV] Windows XP and IM
dizzyd at dizzyd.com
Thu Jun 14 12:58:37 CDT 2001
There are certainly _opinions_ on SIP... :)
On Thu, Jun 14, 2001 at 12:08:04PM -0500, John Alex Hebert wrote:
> I'm no fan of M$, let me state for the record. But I kinda thought that M$'s use of SIP in the XP version of MSN Messenger was a big deal and will lead to the
> use of SIP in the Jabber effort. SIP is pretty impressive on the face of it. Are there other opinions on SIP?
> For those who are willing to delve into the belly of the beast:
> and SIP info:
> John Hebert
> On Tue, Jun 12, 2001 at 08:45:16PM -0500, Emswiler, Mike wrote:
> > My understanding is that Windows Messenger (in Windows XP) is merely the
> > next version of what is now currently called MSN Messenger, with more
> > integrated features of NetMeeting.
> > MikeE
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: kadokev at msg.net [mailto:kadokev at msg.net]
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 12:16 AM
> > To: jdev at jabber.org
> > Subject: [JDEV] Windows XP and IM
> > There's been quite a bit of media coverage over the last several weeks on
> > the new Instant Messaging features of Windows XP and Exchange 2000.
> > Exchange 2000 will ship with an intranet MS Messenger server as an
> > integrated
> > part of the service platform, presumably this will include integration with
> > the GAL and interoperability with the internet MSN messenger.
> > Are there any details on the new IM protocols in XP?
> > XP is promising some very interesting IM features, fundamentally the same
> > sort of multimedia integration that was the focus of the AOL/Time-Warner
> > agreement- but Microsoft is under no such restrictions on their services.
> > On the subject of AOL, the subject of AIM interoperability is still in the
> > news, such as this article on CRMdaily today:
> > http://www.crmdaily.com/perl/story/11164.html
> John Hebert
> System Engineer
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