Imguana is a multi-protocol instant messenging client (similar to Gaim) for Windows. In the future, a Mac and/or Linux version may be released.
IMagine stands for Instant Messaging anywhere. Its unique combination of a web interface and a gaim proxy server allows users to have their entire instant messaging sessions (not just accounts) accessible from anywhere.
Instant messenger history converter.
The Intellectually Expandable Online Knowledge Base will communicate to users via the AOL instant messenger protocols (TOC) over AIM. This "bot" will learn as much as it can about various subjects over time.
Internet Relay Jabber (or IRJ) is a Jabber client for IRC. It's useful if you like IRC, but your friends use another IM service. It is written in Perl and uses Net::Jabber and Net::IRC. (This project is no longer under active development)
Invisionix Systems' portable Instant Messenger (IRSIM) uses PHP and mySQL. This Open Source program interacts with ICQ, MSN, AIM, Yahoo and Jabber IMs. It features database message buffers, login, a contact list, and message input/output windows.
J.Jab. Lite is a lightweight Jabber client written as a Java 1.4.1 applet. Allows users to chat with others on Jabber, AIM, ICQ, MSN, and Yahoo im systems. Has a slimmed down version written in java 1.1.7 that allows simple group chat and moderator access
JAIM is a cross-platorm AIM client. The GUI is in Swing. Network connectivity is provided via a library from the JAIMbot project. Currently seeking developers. It's goal is to produce a full-featured java AIM client.
"Java Artificial Intelligence Markup Language PAD" is a tool that manages ProgramD AI (on local or remote machines) and AIML files with real-time previews and it provides a network support to test AI capabilities over many network protocols.
JIM - Java Instant Messenger. 100% Java
JOSIM is an Instant Messenger written in Java, using the OpenAIM SDK from AOL.
This project includes a set of Java APIs which supports many instant messaging protocols(eg. yahoo! pager, icq, and aim) and file sharing protocols(eg.gnutella). Along with this will come a trillian-like instant messenger that initially incorporates yaho
A pure-java console based aim client.
JAIM implements the AOL IM TOC protocol in an easy to use Java library. The primary goal of JAIM was to simplify writing AOL bots in Java but it could also be used to create Java based AOL clients.
a simple, extensible Instant Messenger TOC bot framework written in Java using Jaimlib 0.5 or greater. services for incoming IMs are created simply by implementing a handle() method, and sample handler code is included.
Jatobo (Java TOC Bot) is another Bot connecting to the ICQ and AIM networks via the TOC2 library. For that purpose it uses Jatoli (Java TOC Library) also included in this project. Feel free to use it for your projects.
The Java AIM Enhanced Client shoots to create a cross-platform fully functional AIM client. It's goal is to support the Oscar to the same level of the official Windows AIM client released by AOL (unlike the other Linux clients out there). It will also s
Java Instant Messenger (or JIM) is an application to allow instant messaging over a network. JIM does not have a centralized server. Instead, users run the server on one of the computers on the network and other users connect to that server.
The goal of this project is to create a new peer-to-peer system that is capable of supporting instant messaging, encryption, and secure sharing.
Gui Java application that implements TOC protocol and is cross platform. It\'s intent is to be used on machines where admin rights are not present but the JVM is accessable (i.e. school lab computers). SAIM also implements features such as chat logging
A Java implementation of AOL's TOC2 protocol, enabling the developer to interface with the AIM servers through a feature rich java library.
JavaAIM is a GUI front end for SimpleAIM.
A secure AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) application for Linux, Windows, and OS X, supporting AOL's Personal Certificates protocol for secure IM and chat.
A custom AIM client I'm building for my own use, after finding myself unsatisfied with other clients. I realize there's a glut of AIM clients on SF, but this is here in case anyone feels the need to try it out, in spite of the wealth that exists.
AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) client for KDE