[Juser] MSN gateways and security-related messages

Malone, Pat pmalone at lsil.com
Tue Sep 2 14:14:45 CDT 2003

I would also add that unlike the plain multi-protocol clients such as
Trillian/Gaim/etc, Jabber is a direct competitor to the new MS enterprise IM
suite.  As such I don't imagine MS will be going out of there way to see it
enhanced in any way.


-----Original Message-----
From: mark [mailto:lists at xinot.net]
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2003 1:24 PM
To: juser at jabber.org; Ken Wermann
Subject: Re: [Juser] MSN gateways and security-related messages

The articles state that they have an objection to allowing for profit third 
party clients to connect to their network.  MS never says explicitly that 
just because a client or gateway server is free they will work with the 
software engineers in order to implement compatibility.  In fact since they 
explicitly DON'T say that I infer that they will not work with jabber.org, 
gaim, etc...


On Tuesday 02 September 2003 19:52, Ken Wermann wrote:
> Interesting, however it states that the licensing fee is charged to those
> clients that "make a profit from selling their product to connect to the
> MSN Network". So Jabber.ORG's server model should probably be exempt from
> licensing. Now I know that MS does not like Open Source but I can see them
> letting access become enabled for the open source Jabber Server. Has
> contacted them?
> Ken Wermann

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