Lightweight Client with strong functions to communicate
Hopy is a AIM instant messenger written in Java using SWT/JFace. Runs standalone and as an Eclipse plugin. Hopy uses TOC to connect to the AIM network.
Open Source subprofile project for AOL Instant Messenger, written in PERL.
Post and Publish to any Blogger API compatable weblog (Blogger, b2, MovableType, Nucleus, BigBlogTool, BlogWorks XML, Blogalia, and Drupal) via this AOL Instant Messenger bot.
joscar is an easy-to-use, robust library for connecting to AOL Instant Messenger from Java using the Oscar protocol. Supports IM images, file transfer, and more.
OpenAOL is an open source AOL IM client written in tcl and very portable. This project was first started by AOL in the Tik Client. Sadly, this project seems to have been abandoned by AOL and Tik .
This program serves as a link between two or more chat networks, allowing users on one network to communicate with users on another network. For example, you can be logged onto Battle.net and be talking to people on IRC and people on AIM at the same tim
***abandoned*** GAIM-STL provides a simple/secure transport layer over any existing Gaim protocol. STL plugins can be used to encrypt/decrypt text as needed.
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
This project is based on the Subprofile.com's AOL Instant Messenger Profile, but designed for personal use, for one person, easy to set up with all the variables that are needed in one file, and does not require ad's or links to the maker or site that i
Phonetic/Transliteration Engine for Bangla/Bengali. This is developed in C/C++ so that it can be intergrated with any application. This script is Java compatible.
Free Java Office suite on the Web.
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
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.
Provides an overlay notification of events while using Gaim Instant Messaging client. This software utilizes the xosd library and should therefore support any platform that xosd and Gaim support.
The MessageSaver AIM Bot is a stand-alone AIM (based on TOC) client designed to allow remote AIM users to leave IMs for users who are not currently online. When the user comes back online, the MessageSaver bot will transmit the saved message to the user.
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.
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)
Wireless aim is a perl script AIM->SMS gateway, signs on an aim screen name and sends messages to cell phone or pager through providers website.
No longer developed or supported.
Multiprotocol plugin-based instant messenger for X11 (optionaly support KDE), Windows and MaxOS X.
An open-sourced all-in-one messenging client. The client includes AOL OSCAR, IRC, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, and ICQ (OSCAR). Written in Java for cross-platform support.
Pidgin Extended Preferences provides additional preferences for Pidgin users. Most notably, it allows you to change the font size of conversation text without changing your theme and to change how quickly or whether the buddy list tooltips appear.
A .NET class library to make use of AOL's TOC protocol. This library is written in C# and can be used with any .NET language. This project has moved to: http://code.google.com/p/dottoc/