[Juser] Re: Juser Digest, Vol 22, Issue 6

john.hammond at internetbutterfly.com john.hammond at internetbutterfly.com
Wed Aug 10 07:43:53 CDT 2005


Would that not be dishonest?

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>Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2005 22:02:11 +0200
>From: Alexander Gnauck <gnauck at ag-software.de>
>Subject: [Juser] Re: Windows Messenger compatible client
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>Williams, Kevin C wrote:
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>>Actually, I've since found out that with exchange 2000, the protocol is
>>RVP(which is the protocol I am interested in).  There is a new standard
>>called SIP/SIMPLE that microsoft uses in it's newest IM server.  I have
>>access to some GPLd source code for a working RVP implmentation.  It is
>>in the form of a miranda IM plugin but I'd like to port it over to a
>>linux-compatible client.
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>the best would be to write a gateway with the code. Then every client
>could talk with the MS-Server without any changes.
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>Alex
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